MBDA’s Enterprising Women of Color initiative creates pathways to economic empowerment.
The vision of the program is to connect women entrepreneurs to a community of wealth-building resources including opportunity connections, training, coalitions, mentor/coaching, and networking conventions.
Grow your network, expand your client base, and connect to entrepreneurial ecosystems.
To learn more, contact MBDA’s Enterprising Women of Color Program Manager, Jetheda Hernandez, [email protected]
1:00 – 1:15 PM
1:15 – 1:45 PM
1:45 – 2:15 PM
2:15 – 3:00 PM
1. Simply register for the virtual event by clicking the “Register Now” now at the top of the page.
2. Once there, follow the on screen instructions to fill out the form with the necessary information.
3. This process will register you with a unique ID that lets us know that you should be receiving an email to create your own profile, login, and password for the virtual platform where you will access our EWOC virtual experience
4. We recommend that you save your login and have the information easily accessible on the day of the event because you will need your login information to access the virtual platform.
*It’s important that you provide an active email address to receive further information from us about our event along with helpful tips, and attending guides.
1. The virtual experience can be accessed from most up to date computers and mobile devices.
2. The virtual experience can be accessed from most up to date computers and mobile devices.
3. On the morning of the event, you will receive a reminder email that will contain a link to the login page where you will access the event using your registration info.
4. Once you enter your login information, you will enter our virtual lobby.
5. To easily navigate our virtual lobby, we recommend using the attending guide that you will receive in advance via email.
*If you have issues logging into our event, simply click on the “Get Help” button the day of, and we can get you fixed up right away!
The U.S. Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (www.MBDA.gov) is the only federal agency solely dedicated to fostering the growth and global competitiveness of U.S. minority business enterprises.
For more than 50 years, MBDA has helped minority-owned firms gain greater access to capital, contracts, build scale and capacity, and expand into new markets.
David J. Byrd
U.S. Department of Commerce
Minority Business Development Agency