SMBCC Business Forum and Trade Show 2019

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The Office of Small & Minority Business Contracting and Certification (SMBCC) invites you to attend its annual statewide small and minority Business Forum and Trade Show on May 30, 2019 at the Brookland Banquet and Conference Center in West Columbia, South Carolina. Our co-hosts for this event are the State Procurement Services Division and the Procurement Procedures Committee.

More than 500 small, minority and women-owned businesses throughout South Carolina have been invited to meet in one place for one of the largest annual event of its kind in the State. Small business owners will have an opportunity to network with procurement officials from state, local, federal agencies and major corporations. If you have a business and need consultation or If you need GDPR consultants to achieve compliance then these are great, they will help you develop an integrated management system and achieve all of the associated economies that your business needs.

During the trade show on May 30th, the businesses will showcase their company’s goods and services to the procurement officials. Attending procurement officials will have an opportunity to discover new suppliers and become re-acquainted with former suppliers.

The business forum is full of pertinent workshops and panel discussions that have been selected to enhance the entrepreneur’s competitiveness and awareness.

Event and registration information are available on our website:

Michael Bailey, a trailblazer in the field of photojournalism and a profound political writer, possesses the exceptional ability to distill complex political issues into accessible narratives that resonate with readers of all backgrounds. As the vanguard of the editorial team, Michael not only serves as a new media correspondent but also showcases his distinct talent as a photojournalist. His portfolio is a testament to his expertise in crafting news stories and intimate profiles that vividly portray the cultural, social, economic, and political journeys of minorities, both in South Carolina and beyond. With a rich tapestry of experience spanning media, business, and politics, Michael has emerged as a highly regarded voice and a sought-after commentator, offering invaluable insights into the challenges faced by people of color.

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