Minority and Women's Business Enterprise

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As part of this year's MED Week, the City is now accepting nominations for outstanding achievement awards in the local advancement of minority- and women-owned businesses.
Fill out and submit this online form to make a nomination. 

Stay up-to-date on MED Week news by visiting this Web page often. 

It's the City's policy to ensure all businesses -- including those owned by minorities and women -- are afforded the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in the City’s purchasing and contracting processes.

male electrician - MWBEThe benefit to the City is a robust and inclusive marketplace environment. As a result, the City is likely to benefit from a competitive marketplace through lower prices for the goods and services it purchases, higher revenues through increased employment opportunities for its residents, increased business-to-business sales, and a more vibrant local economy.

In 2014, City Council adopted the Minority/Women Program Plan. The purpose of the plan is to promote economic inclusion of all segments of the business population, regardless of race, gender, religion or national origin, so as to maximize the economic vitality and development of the Greensboro area.

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Contact us for Assistance

  • Phone: 336-373-2674
  • In person: Room 149, Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St.
  • Office Hours: 8 am to 5 pm Mondays through Fridays.
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