The MBDA has a nationwide network of approximately 100 minority and Native American Business Development Centers, two Minority Enterprise Growth Assistance Centers in Chicago and Los Angeles and Small Business Resource Centers in Nashville and Baltimore, minority individuals receive business assistance for bonding, capital development, procurement, international trade and financing.
What does NABDC stand for?
NABDC stands for Native American Business Development Center
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MBDA provides funding for Minority Business Development Centers (MBDC), Native American Business Development Centers (NABDC), Business Resource Centers (BRC) and Minority Business Opportunity Committees (MBOC) located throughout the Nation.
Through MBDA's nationwide network of approximately 100 Minority and Native American Business Development Centers and two regional Minority Enterprise Growth Assistance Centers, minority individuals receive business assistance for bonding, capital development, procurement, international trade and franchising.