Press Release: AmSouth Bank and Nashville Minority Business Center Hosts Executive Briefings

AmSouth Bank and Nashville Minority Business Center Host Executive Briefings

NASHVILLE, TN.-- The Nashville Minority Business Center (Nashville MBC) and AmSouth Bank will hold a series of breakfast meetings for CEO's and executives across the Middle Tennessee area to unveil preliminary activities planned for the 20th Annual Minority Enterprise Development Week (MEDWEEK) Business Conference, slated September 30- October 6, 2002.

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Article 4: Minority Businesses want parity - Metro purchasing policies need study, business owners say- Nashville Business Journal

Nashville Business Journal

Minority Businesses want parity

Metro purchasing policies need study, business owners say

By Elizabeth Niendorf

Metro’s purchasing policies will come under the microscope this week during the city’s annual Minority Enterprise Development Week festivities.

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Article 3: Minority Businesses Struggle, MED Week Takes Look At Problem, Solutions - The Tennessean

THE TENNESSEAN

BUSINESS SECTION E

Minority businesses struggle, but their health improves

MEDWEEK takes look at problems, solutions

By: Lisa Benadives, Staff Writer

Date: Tuesday, September 27, 1998

Minority businesses struggle, but their health improves

MEDWeek takes look at problems, solutions

By: Lisa Benavides

Staff Writer

The economic health of Nashville’s minority businesses is in serious condition, but there are widespread efforts working for a cure.

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Article 2: Minority Businesses Are Conference's Focus - The Tennessean

THE TENNESSEAN

BUSINESS SECTION E

Minority businesses are conference’s focus

MEDWeek takes look at problems, solutions

By: Lisa Benavides, Staff Writer

Date: Tuesday, September 27, 1999

Minority businesses are conference’s focus

By Lisa Benavides

Staff Writer

Expanding business contracts and discussing local revitalization efforts are on the agenda for this week’s Minority Enterprise Development Week.

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Article 1: Developing Entrepreneurs Robinson's Goal - The Tennessean

Nashville Business Journal 1995

10 years of influence: Small Business Advocate

Developing entrepreneurs Robinson’s goal
By Elizabeth Niendorf

Marilyn Robinson begins each workday to the sound of gospel music in her office.

"I listen to this," says Robinson, "so I know I’m keeping my heart in the right place."

For the last decade, this Memphis native has been helping minority business owners learn to land government contracts and loans. As project director of the Nashville Minority Business Development Center, she’s seen more than a few changes in the business climate for minorities here.

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