The mission of the Mountain Plains MSDC is to drive the growth of Minority Business Enterprises through business relationships with corporations, government, academic entities, and other organizations.
Welcome to the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council. For the past thirty-nine years, the mission of the Council has been to connect Corporate America with certified Minority Business Enterprises. As we move towards the future, the Council will focus on four major areas; Certify…Connect…Advocate…Develop. With this new and updated website, it is our goal to provide you with a pathway to timely information about the Council’s activities.
The Mountain Plains MSDC looks forward to working with you!
Stan Sena President and CEO
The University of Washington's Executive Education and the Consulting & Business Development Center have partnered with the NMSDC to offer a new Executive Education Program this summer. For ten years, the Consulting & Business Development Center has linked students, faculty, and staff from the UW Foster School of Business with a racially and ethnically diverse business and nonprofit community to expand students’ knowledge and skills, help small businesses grow, …
The Denver Business Journal will honor Denver's young, dynamic, up-and-coming business leaders for their business success and community contributions at the 2014 Forty Under 40 Luncheon. Among those being honored is one of the Council's very own MBEs, Marco Campos of Campos EPC. Campos EPC is the leader in EPC Pipeline Integrity Management offering technically sound and schedule-driven Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (“EPC”) solutions that are aligned with …
Dear Council Members, Certified MBEs and Community Partners,
We hope your new year is off to a wonderful start and that you are excited about the opportunities that 2014 will present! As a Council, we are embracing this year as an opportunity for us to embark upon a new beginning. Many of you are aware of the strategic growth and restructure plan spearheaded by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). The plan focused on three (3) fundamental components: …