NMBC Sponsors Trade Mission to the Bahamas

Chamber of Commerce in Nassau Hopes For Meaningful Business Relationships



Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from National Minority Business Council, Inc.

    NEW YORK, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Minority Business Council,
 Inc., is marking the third anniversary of its "Winning Globally" campaign with
 a four-day trade mission to The Bahamas for minority and women entrepreneurs.
     Organized by NMBC's International Trade Program, the mission will take
 place from June 20 to June 23. High-level meetings will be held with local
 business leaders and with trade, industry and investment officials of the
 Bahamian government.
     "This trade mission ties in with NMBC's commitment to helping its members
 -- and women and minority businesses as a whole -- expand their business
 opportunities and revenue base in the global marketplace," said John F.
 Robinson, NMBC's President and CEO.
     Delegates will stay at the new British Colonial Hilton Hotel, conveniently
 located in the heart of Nassau's business district.
     "The Bahamas business community welcomes and looks forward to the NMBC's
 visit in June and hopes that meaningful business relationships will be
 developed," said Ruby Sweeting, Executive Director of the Bahamas Chamber of
 Commerce in Nassau.
     Founded 29 years ago in New York City, NMBC (http://www.nmbc.org) is a
 not-for-profit organization of minority- and women-owned businesses. Its
 primary goal is to enhance the success and profitability of its members
 through the provision of services, programs, advocacy and networking support.
 For further information on NMBC and its Trade Mission to The Bahamas, contact
 John Robinson at 212-997-4753, or visit our web site at http://www.nmbc.org.
 
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SOURCE National Minority Business Council, Inc.
    NEW YORK, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Minority Business Council,
 Inc., is marking the third anniversary of its "Winning Globally" campaign with
 a four-day trade mission to The Bahamas for minority and women entrepreneurs.
     Organized by NMBC's International Trade Program, the mission will take
 place from June 20 to June 23. High-level meetings will be held with local
 business leaders and with trade, industry and investment officials of the
 Bahamian government.
     "This trade mission ties in with NMBC's commitment to helping its members
 -- and women and minority businesses as a whole -- expand their business
 opportunities and revenue base in the global marketplace," said John F.
 Robinson, NMBC's President and CEO.
     Delegates will stay at the new British Colonial Hilton Hotel, conveniently
 located in the heart of Nassau's business district.
     "The Bahamas business community welcomes and looks forward to the NMBC's
 visit in June and hopes that meaningful business relationships will be
 developed," said Ruby Sweeting, Executive Director of the Bahamas Chamber of
 Commerce in Nassau.
     Founded 29 years ago in New York City, NMBC (http://www.nmbc.org) is a
 not-for-profit organization of minority- and women-owned businesses. Its
 primary goal is to enhance the success and profitability of its members
 through the provision of services, programs, advocacy and networking support.
 For further information on NMBC and its Trade Mission to The Bahamas, contact
 John Robinson at 212-997-4753, or visit our web site at http://www.nmbc.org.
 
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