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WBENC National Conference Marks Monumental Occasion for MBE Magazine

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Henderson, NV (PRWEB) March 13, 2014

Something big is brewing at Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine. The national bi-monthly publication celebrates its 30th Anniversary later this year, and fellow minority and women business enterprises (M/WBEs) and guests are invited to join in the festivities, beginning with the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair in June.

Barbara Oliver, publisher of MBE magazine, says, “This is a year in MBE’s history that shouldn’t be missed. It will be a year-long celebration that will include more than a few surprises for our many long-time readers and supporters.”

The WBENC National Conference attendees will witness the kick-off of the celebrations planned. The conference, being held on June 23-25 at the Philadelphia Convention Center, celebrates women in business, and this year MBE magazine is getting involved by honoring a group of business women with a special designation, “WBEs Who Rock.” Open nominations will be held for the public to recommend their favorite WBE, and the winners will be announced in June and available to meet at the Business Fair, along with a few other surprises. Details will be available on http://www.mbemag.com beginning in March.

Oliver also noted that preparations are under way for their big birthday bash later in the year on Saturday, November 1, 2014 in Orlando, Florida, prior to the National Minority Supplier Development Council Annual Conference.

About MBE: Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine is published bi-monthly by Enterprise Publishing Inc. and serves as a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority and women business enterprise development. Founded in 1984 by Ginger Conrad, MBE magazine maintains a strong commitment to economic parity as a lasting solution to the ills of poverty and discrimination.


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