Last Monday, Gov. Cuomo announced the state’s third annual Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises Opportunities Expo Series, which are intended “to connect MWBEs with New York State agencies and expert resources to expand opportunities with public sector agencies and technical assistance providers to maximize their opportunities.”
The Expos will be held in Albany (March 10), the Mohawk Valley (April 14), Binghamton (April 27), Buffalo (May 12) and Long Island (June 28).
Gov. Cuomo said:
“Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises play an integral role in New York’s economy and our administration is committed to helping these businesses thrive. The Opportunities Expo is one of the ways we are providing MWBEs with the resources they need to start and expand their businesses, and create jobs for New Yorkers. I encourage all who are eligible to take part in these events and learn more about how we are increasing opportunity for businesses across the state.”