In April from the 25th through the 29th, the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), along with other federal agencies, state economic development organizations and universities, will join top business leaders from around the world for Hannover Messe.
Held in Hannover, Germany, it is the world’s largest trade fair for industrial technology. This year, the MBDA and its delegation of minority business owners and stakeholders will demonstrate not only the value of MBE products and services, but also opportunities to advance transatlantic trade and access to U.S. markets through collaboration with minority businesses.
Described as an “international showcase,” the event promises to deliver forums, conferences, special events, and exhibits from more than 5,000 companies that span 70 countries and make the case that doing business with U.S. minority business enterprises is good business.
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