About MBDA

The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), a bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is the only federal agency dedicated exclusively to fostering the growth and competitiveness of minority businesses in the United States. MBDA and its network of business centers serve minority entrepreneurs who are pursuing growth in size, scale, and capacity. In doing so, minority firms are better positioned to create new jobs, impact local economies, and expand into national and global marketplaces. Houston Community College was awarded a grant in 2013 to operate the Houston MBDA Business Center.

News

U.S. Commercial Service official to speak at HCC export workshop

Oct 16, 2014

Antwaun Griffin, Deputy Assistant Secretary for U.S. Operations at the International Trade Administration (ITA)- U.S. Department of Commerce, will speak to current and future business owners at an export workshop hosted by Houston Community College

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Events

19 Oct
District
Various venues around Houston, TX (see below)
MBDA to host Houston Minority Enterprise Development Week (Oct. 19-23)

The focus of the week will be to recognize and celebrate achievements of minority entrepreneurs throughout the Houston and surrounding areas along with other activities.