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The Minority Business Development Agency’s San Francisco National Enterprise Center presents the 28th Annual Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week 2010. This year’s theme—“Strategies for Growth and Competitiveness in the Global Economy”—represents MBDA’s firm commitment to supporting minority business entrepreneurship during difficult economic times.

MED Week will honor seven outstanding minority entrepreneurs, a community business advocate, and present a green award at an awards ceremony and banquet.
General Program
6:00-7:00PM Registration & Networking Reception
7:00-10:00PM Awards Banquet

Keynote speaker, Ms. Francia Baez is responsible for the global Diversity and Inclusion function for VISA Inc Latin America and the Caribbean and co-author of Latino Culture: A Dynamic Force in the American Workplace.

The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) was founded in 1983 by President Ronald Reagan, declaring National Minority Enterprise Development Week. With the support of the MED Week Coordinating Committee and its corporate sponsors, the MBDA is proud to pay tribute to the top Minority Business Entrepreneurs within the Western region. The MBDA San Francisco Office represents over 49,000 Minority Business Enterprises in eight western states (AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, NV, OR, WA) and American Samoa. For more information, log onto www.medweek.biz.

Added by Theatre Bay Area on July 29, 2010

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