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The Business Capacity Development Program (BCDP) is designed to increase the capacity and capabilities of small, women, minority, and veteran-owned businesses (S/W/MBE firms) to better compete for and participate in MMSD projects. The program increases business owners’ knowledge and confidence in key areas for business success.
In collaboration with established businesses, organizations, and mentors, program participants are able to partake in customized training and mentoring, including:
Participants prepare and plan for business improvement, increasing the likelihood of thriving in their industries, and thereby increasing their own success and creating opportunities for others to do the same.
The BCDP is designed specifically for businesses that are certified or taking steps to become certified as an SBE, MBE, WBE, VBE, or DBE. Individuals who should attend include:
Representatives of local non-profit organizations or non-certified firms may also participate if their work relates to the District.
Participants can register to attend any or all of the virtual training seminars. Registered attendees will automatically be enrolled in the self-paced online training curriculum and have access to one-on-one business mentoring. There is no cost to attend the seminars or participate in any of the other program elements.
To view the 2020 schedule or to register: Construction Management Seminar Schedule.
This series is geared toward professional services vendors wishing to hone their skills in marketing their business, developing proposals, and project management. Contractors and other vendors are welcome to attend these seminars, although some modules may be geared to the request for proposal (RFP) process.
To view the 2020-21 schedule or register: Professional Development Seminar Schedule.
For inquiries regarding the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.