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Presented by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Businesses
Introducing the VTA WMBE program, targeting local Santa Clara County Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises. Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority is broadening it's Outreach efforts to Minority, and Women Business Enterprises in Santa Clara County. This historic program will open doors to millions of dollars in "new" contracting opportunities. Small Businesses and Disadvantaged Businesses are welcome to attend. Everyone is welcome!
YOU ARE INVITED TO LEARN - FREE ADMISSION:
- About One-Stop, Minority & Women, Small, and Disadvantaged
- Business Certification Programs
- Upcoming Contract Opportunities
- Available Business Resources
This new program is changing the contracting process at V.T.A. We have streamlined the Certification and contracting processes.
Who should attend?
- Professional Services (Graphic Design, Accounting, Printing, Insurance Agents, etc)
- Environmental Testing
- General Contractors
- Cement Workers
- Iron Workers
- Fence Builders
- Stucco & Drywall Contractors
- Material Suppliers
- Trucking Companies
Don't miss this exciting event and the prospect for greater contracting opportunities.
This outreach event is supported by VTA Board members, Mayor Jose Esteves, City of Milpitas, San Jose City Council Member Ash Kalra, and California Assemblyman Kansen Chu.
Vietnamese American Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Chinese American Institute for Empowerment, Silicon Valley Black Chamber of Commerce, Milpitas Chamber of
Commerce, Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
For assistance or inquiries please call the Minority Business Consortium at (408) 660-9171
When & Where
Minority Business Consortium
The Minority Business Consortium was established to address the needs of Minority and Women-owned small businesses seeking opportunities in public and private-sector Supplier Diversity programs or their Local and Federal government procurement opportunities. Our efforts strengthen, Women and Minority Businesses and Trade organizations.
For more information, visit MBC online at www.minoritybusinessconsortium.com
ph: (408) 660-9171