National Minority Supplier Development Council
We are a nationally certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) - Certificate Number (AT15522). Our organization fits the following criteria:
- Majority ownership (51%) by one or more qualifying ethnic minorities
- Day-to-day operations and control of the business by ethnic minority owners
- Owners must be US citizens
- Ethnic minority owner holds the highest executive position in the company (CEO, President, Chairman, Principal, etc.)
- Headquartered in Georgia.
- The company is a for-profit business. Non-profit organizations are not eligible for certification.
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