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Session 5: Window of Opportunity – What to know when considering supplier diversity programs
July 7, 2023
English 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Spanish 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
The NJSBDC at NJCU is proud to present First Fridays, in partnership with J.P. Morgan Chase.
Whether you’re in the dreamer stage preparing to launch your small business, or a business owner looking for ways to grow your business, our team, at the NJSBDC at NJCU School of Business, is ready to guide and support you on your entrepreneurial journey. Our passionate Business Advisors are here just for you, providing NO COST one-on-one counseling, low-cost training programs, and free webinars. Whether you need assistance in finding capital, establishing a strategic plan, or creating a marketing campaign, our dedicated team is here to guide and support you.
A supplier diversity program is defined as a “proactive business program which encourages the use of minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, LGBT-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, historically underutilized business, and Small Business Administration (SBA)- defined small business concerns as suppliers.
This session, Window of Opportunity, is the last session of a 5 part series covering:
1. What is supplier diversity
2. How to navigate government contracting
3. How to access corporate supplier diversity programs
4. Working toward certification
5. Making the most of your certification
Are you looking for a Capital Infusion or just someone to help you with your Entrepreneurial journey? The NJSBDC at NJCU School of Business has a team of Subject Matter Experts ready to work with you as you build your business! Remember we offer one-on-one counseling at NO COST.
Meet The Presenter:
Tim is a native of Philadelphia, PA with over 20 years of experience in Banking, the CDFI industry, and real estate development. He holds a real estate license in Pennsylvania and New York.
Tim completed his commercial credit training at Wachovia Bank-Legacy Wells Fargo. Outside of work, Tim is past chair of the Board of Trustees of The Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church with 12,000 members, past Chairman of the Board of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, and is currently the Chairman of the Board of the Enon Coulter Community Development Corporation.
Tim was recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a Top Commercial Real estate professional in the Philadelphia area. Tim holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Pittsburgh and completed his real estate training at Temple University. He is an avid mountain and trail biker and a vintage watch collector.
Are you looking for help with your Entrepreneurial journey? The NJSBDC at NJCU School of Business has a team of Subject Matter Experts ready to work with you as you build your business! Remember we offer one-on-one counseling at NO COST. If you’d like to learn more, Click Here. Ready to get started? Get Registered Now!