Relative Certifications; Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Woman-owned Business Enterprises (WBE), Small Business Enterprise (SBE); means that a small business owned by a member of an ethnic group (below) is verified to be a member of the group and meets the established requirements in conducting business and have the maximum practical opportunity to participate in City, State, and Federal contracting and purchasing activities through an application process. Approved applications verify that the business owner (Vendor) meets the established requirements and is considered Certified.
A Certified Business has an advantage to give purchasing managers, contractors, lenders, customers, and others business partners evidence their company is owned by a member of an eligible group and is registered as a Certified Business.
Becoming Certified is a priority Member Benefit Program of Innovation Black Chamber of Commerce. IBCC’s Strategic Plan is for all Member Firms to do good business and become Certified Vendors in participating in all Public Entities procurement activities and contracts.
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