Minority Business Partnership

Minority Business Partnership (MBP) aims to grow Dayton-area minority business enterprises by advocating for increased minority business participation in supply chains and facilitating strategic business partnerships.  Established as the Minority Economic Development Council by The Dayton Foundation and The Dayton Business Committee in 2007 to foster strong local minority businesses, the group was renamed MBP in 2010 and brought under the umbrella of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce.  As of 2012, MBP was working with 27 minority businesses and had 136 buyers and suppliers registered on its “bid portal,” which connects minority businesses to procurement opportunities.

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