Making Connections

September 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2008, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p19
The article reports on the role of the Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council (IMSDC) in bringing together corporate and minority businesses in Indiana. The goal of the organization is to promote and cultivate successful minority-business enterprises (MBEs). It is stated that membership in the council helps to make connections by providing vehicle for effective networking and communication.


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