The Business Council (TBC) maximizes access to economic opportunities for ethnically-diverse businesses.


 

TBC provides the following for benefits its members:

Economic Development
The Minority Supplier Network strengthens ethnically-diverse businesses by fostering relationships among members and the larger corporate community that can result in increased business, thereby creating more jobs. Purchasing among these companies is encouraged. 

Information Sharing
We provide a conduit to share information that specifically impacts the minority business community.

Education & Training

We offer membership education, training and support. TBC maintains partnerships with established business assistance programs to offer affordable education opportunities.

Other Benefits:

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TBC's Strategic Plan

TBC will lead change by implementing the following key initiatives:

Join The Business Council (TBC)

Joint Membership
If you select joint membership you become a member of both the MMAC and TBC and receive the benefits and privileges of both organizations at a cost of $500 per year.

Become a Partner in our Vision
For membership information, contact us at (414) 287.4108 or cflagg@mmac.org to find out how to become a member, how you can help address our challenges, and how The Business Council can benefit you as a ethnically-diverse business owner.

Admission of Members
Prospective members are required to pay TBC membership dues in full at the time of application. Membership dues cover a 12-month membership and are renewable each calendar year. Dues, which are subject to change in price and formula, are payable in advance and are continuous until cancelled in writing in advance of the due date.

TBC Membership Dues
Dues are based on company size. Companies with fewer than 25 local employees invest a minimum of $500 per year. Companies with 25 or more local employees, please click here to contact the MMAC Membership department for more information. TBC membership dues may be deductible for federal income tax purposes as an ordinary and necessary business expense (not as a charitable contribution). However, members should contact their own tax advisers for specific tax information and advice.