5th Annual National Minority Business Council
Executive Management Certificate Program

The certificate course is geared towards practical business/entrepreneurial skills for owners, minorities, women, veterans, LGBT, people with disabilities and small business owners. 24 workshops will occur over six days.

Graduates will be better able to manage, recruit, consult, budget, market and operate their small entrepreneurial business.

Program participants will have a coach/business advisor to help them grow their businesses.

The NMBC’s purpose is to 1) enhance the success and profitability of the small business community, 2) act as an information clearinghouse, and 3) serve as a resource body for corporate America regarding supplier development issues.  (see: www.nmbc.org)

Workshops (24):

  • Wealth Building
  • Leadership Skills
  • Contracting & Contract Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Developing a Business Plan
  • Public Relations and Publicity
  • Commercial & SBA Financing
  • Venture Capital
  • How to Sell
  • Customer Sales Strategy
  • Branding and Social Media
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Managing Technology
  • Preparing the RFP
  • Strategic Planning
  • Exit Strategies
  • Dealing With Procurement Programs
  • Employment Law
  • Risk Management
  • Information Systems
  • Immigration & Business Law
  • Business Strategy and Marketing
  • Financial Management and Tax Tips
  • Selling Through Corporate Supplier Diversity Programs


June 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, and 22, 2017
Location: BNY Mellon at 101 Barclay Street, New York, NY 10007
Course Code: NMBC101
$350 for NMBC members
$650 for non-members
(must call for discount)


See the flyer



Questions? Contact us at ace@ccny.cuny.edu or 212-650-7312