Saturday - Nov 18, 2017

Minority Business Program

Minority businesses can connect with large construction projects at Economic Summit Asheville

Minority businesses can connect with large construction projects at Economic Summit Asheville

  You might say Asheville is in a construction boom. One look at our skyline alone shows towering cranes with workers bustling below, building, bringing the city to new heights. In response to this climate of large-level projects, the WNC Diversity Engagement Coalition — of which the City of Asheville is a member — will

Asheville Economic Development Specialist Brenda Mills honored during Stand Against Racism Program

Asheville Economic Development Specialist Brenda Mills honored during Stand Against Racism Program

Brenda Mills says her parents instilled in her a sense of community spirit and support. Whether it came to visiting the sick to feeding the poor, especially during holidays, she worked by their side in Waxhaw, N.C., as a girl, sometimes even taking down letters for elderly people.   A City of Asheville employee since


Asheville’s Minority Business Program works toward inclusion in the City’s business

Asheville’s Minority Business Program works toward inclusion in the City’s business

The City of Asheville recently hosted a Minority Business Program outreach meeting with project pre-planners Beverly Grant and Barnhill to include regional minority-owned businesses specifically relating to bidding opportunities for the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP).     Inclusion and providing opportunities for economic participation in the City’s programs are the heart of

 

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