HENDERSON, Nev. (PRWEB) October 24, 2018
Another successful run for MBE magazine’s popular MBEs Who Rock! contest came to a close at this year’s National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) National Conference held in Austin, TX.
This award honors minority business owners who have excelled in their industry and are also active in their community. 2018 winners are: Kablan Edwin Bosso – Founder & CEO, Myrtle Counseling Group; Renee Boyce – President, My Next Career Path Staffing; Terri Matthews – CEO & Founder, TM Partners & Brands; Brittany S. Stovall – Co-Founder, Presidetn & CEO, Assured Quality Systems; Lisa S. Jones – Chief EyeMail Officer, EyeMail, Inc.; Beatriz Fernandez – Business Development Director, DataXport.Net, LLC; Leslie J. Sawyer – Chairman & CEO, Environmental Design International, Inc.; Parth Patel – CEO, Six Consulting, Inc. and Sandeep Gauba – CEO, Metasy’s Technologies. The 2018 Fall Issue MBEs Who Rock! cover featured, Darryl Daniels, AIA, President & CEO, Jacobsen|Daniels Associates LLC, located in Detroit, MI, and Tanya C. Walker, Lawyer, Walker Law, from Toronto, Canada.
The magazine hosted a special reception on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Hilton Austin to announce and honor the winners. Details about the winners will be available in the Winter 2019 edition of the MBE magazine and on the magazine website, https://www.mbemag.com.
“It’s a thrill to know that each year we get to acknowledge and honor these extraordinary men and women and all their professional and personal accomplishments, and get to share this with their peers,” says Barbara Oliver, president of Enterprise Publishing Inc. and publisher of MBE magazine. “Congratulations to all of our winners and nominees who are truly MBEs Who Rock!”
As always, we cannot do this event without our supportive sponsors. Special thanks to the National Minority Supplier Development Council, DevMar Products, LLC, Trattativa Meetings, Overture, Palco, and Red Kite Business Advisors, as well as Audrey Dempsey, photographer, and Bob Dempsey, videographer.
The contest, along with its sister contest, “WBEs Who Rock” which honors women business owners, are held annually in June and October, and submissions for each contest can be made throughout the year. For more information and details, go to https://www.mbemag.com.
About Enterprise Publishing, Inc. (EPI): EPI, a media services company which serves the supplier diversity community in the U.S. and Canada, is the parent company of Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine,. Our mission is to Inform, Educate and Inspire. Founded in 1984 by Ginger Conrad, MBE magazine is an award-winning, 30+ year old, quarterly, resource publication for and about minority and women businesses as well as the corporate and government diversity and inclusion initiatives.