Recently, a fellow Tuck School of Business Minority Business Executives Program graduate, Gary Robinson, proposed an interesting discussion on his Facebook page. I invited him to elaborate for our readers. ~ Cheers!
Since the beginning of the Obama Administration nearly eight years ago, racial tensions have been steadily on the rise. From the confederate flag debate to the shootings of unarmed black men, our society has been steadily reverting back to its traditional divisions. This presidential election season has done nothing but make the situation worse.
Happy New Year!
The start of a new year is always seen as a time for new beginnings. There is nothing in front of you except shiny new possibilities. I know you spent a part of the holidays resting and recouping from what was probably a wild ride through 2015. I certainly did.
Whether the outcome was good, bad, or indifferent, we know as business people, we cannot spend much time reflecting on the past. What’s done is done and we need to turn our attention to the future. So, the day after we finish our reflection, we start planning for the future. How will we make 2016 even better? Where are our opportunities and how are we going to take advantage of them?
MBE's Business Opportunities resource covers business-related financing, consulting, and programs available for the Supplier Diversity community and M/WBEs. Updated monthly.
MBE's M/WBE Resource Directory is a comprehensive list of resource organizations (including links) that support the Supplier Diversity community and M/WBEs.
Refer to MBE's Acronyms & Terminology list for frequently used acronyms and terminology and an overview of the major organizations supporting the Supplier Diversity community.
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