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‘Contractor University’ aimed at finding, nurturing and supporting BIPOC businesses

The City of Memphis Office of Business Diversity & Compliance is offering a unique opportunity for BIPOC firms in Memphis through its Contractor’s University program. This educational initiative aims to equip business owners with vital skills and knowledge to thrive in the competitive marketplace. Here’s an overview of the program and its offerings:

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Businesses must be operational for at least six months.
  • Applicants should be residents of Memphis.
  • Commitment to attend four in-person classes is mandatory.

Application Process:

The application process is designed to be thorough yet accessible, involving a two-step procedure. Prospective participants are encouraged to apply before the February 24 deadline.

Program Highlights:

Contractor’s University will offer a range of workshops and sessions covering various aspects of business operations and growth. These include financial management, legal aspects, marketing strategies, and more. The program also emphasizes networking opportunities, allowing participants to connect with like-minded entrepreneurs and industry experts.

This initiative is part of the City’s commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion in the business sector, particularly supporting minority-owned businesses. The knowledge and skills imparted through this program are expected to contribute significantly to the growth and sustainability of participating firms.

For more detailed information and to apply, interested individuals are advised to visit the program’s website at [www.memphisobdc.org/cu](https://www.memphisobdc.org/cu). This webpage provides comprehensive details about the program’s structure, benefits, and the application process, guiding prospective applicants through each step.

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