Join the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council and the University of Nebraska for Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) University, a 13-hour, 6 track certification program held online over a six week period.
Join the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council and the University of Nebraska for Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) University, a 13-hour, 6-track certification program held online over six weeks. Facilitated by expert faculty from the University of Nebraska, the program will help entrepreneurs and small business owners transform and grow their business.
Tracks are 2 hours each and include:
- Track One: Planning for Growth
- Track Two: Professional Selling
- Track Three: Managing Your Money with Metrics
- Track Four: Human Resources—Keys to Building a Successful Business Instead of a Job
- Track Five: Building Your Leadership & Entrepreneurial Skills
- Track Six: Customer Relationship Management
The program will accommodate a cohort of 16 participants. Graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion. More details and registration information coming soon.
MBE University Program Overview
About the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council
The Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council provides corporate America and government entities with greater access to the goods and services of minority-owned businesses. Over 130 regional corporations and government entities are involved with the Council, & over 500 minority-owned businesses are certified with the Council.
Through extensive certification process, corporate member support, free networking events, educational programs, and supplier diversity initiatives, the Council strives to develop minority-owned businesses to their full potential. For more information, visit our website.
About the University of Nebraska
The University of Nebraska is the state’s only public university system, made up of four campuses – UNL, UNO, UNK and UNMC – each with a distinct role and mission. Together the campuses enroll more than 51,000 students and employ 16,000 faculty and staff who serve the state, nation and world through education, research and outreach.