The University of Washington’s Executive Education and the Consulting & Business Development Center have partnered with the NMSDC to offer a new Executive Education Program this summer. For ten years, the Consulting & Business Development Center has linked students, faculty, and staff from the UW Foster School of Business with a racially and ethnically diverse business and nonprofit community to expand students’ knowledge and skills, help small businesses grow, create and retain jobs, open educational opportunities for under-represented minority students, and stimulate innovative economic development research. This strategic partnership will enhance the value of MBE Education offered to certified MBEs.
This six-day program is designed for owners and executives of minority-owned businesses with at least $300,000 in revenues. This year, the program will be offered June 15th-20th. The Minority Business Executive Program focuses on key areas such as Brand and Marketing Strategy, Strategic Thinking, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Finance and Accounting, as well as the Innovation Value Chain. To learn more about the program, or to apply online, click here.