MBE Magazine Prepares to Award the "MBEs Who Rock!" for 2016

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The popular "MBEs Who Rock" contest is back and winners to be announced in Chicago.

As the annual National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange draws near, MBE magazine is ready to award several “MBEs Who Rock” at the 2nd Annual MBEs Who Rock! Awards Reception in Chicago, Illinois.

Based on the popular “WBE’s Who Rock” contest held at the Women Business Entrepreneurs National Conference (WBENC) in Orlando, FL in June this year, the MBE’s Who Rock” contest follows a similar format, but this time includes both men and women minority business owners.

“We are so excited to bring the contest back and look forward to awarding a new group of outstanding MBEs this October,” says Barbara Oliver, publisher of MBE magazine.

The winners will be revealed at a Reception at 1871 on Saturday, October 22, 2016, 5:30pm-8pm.

While nominations have closed for this year’s events, Ms. Oliver, has stated that plans are being made to allow for year-round nominations for both contests, and forms will soon be available on the MBE website beginning in November. All companies and businesses which support minority-owned businesses and supplier diversity are invited to nominate an M/WBE business leader, who not only exceeds expectations in business or industry, but also supports their local communities and causes, for the 2017 WBEs Who Rock! and MBEs Who Rock! awards.

To RSVP for the MBEs Who Rock! Awards Reception in Chicago this October, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mbe-magazines-2016-mbes-who-rock-registration-28398618031

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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Barbara Oliver
(310) 294-3780

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