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Mission Statement

MINORITY ENTERPRISE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
(MEE COUNCIL)

“Building Relationships For Business In Both Public and Private Sectors”

Mission Statement


Our mission is to assist and promote the interests of African-American, Asian American, Native American, American Indian, and Hispanic American entrepreneurs by initiating, encouraging and promoting, in cooperation with federal, state, and local agencies and officials and with organizations, both public and private, the availability of information and service programs to advance the development of small and disadvantage minority/women-owned businesses.

What we provide:

The ability to improve procurement opportunities for certified and established small and minority owned business by increasing their ability to access resources, which will enable them to grow and develop.

MEE Council promotes, initiates, and conducts seminars, workshops, and entrepreneurial training programs in cooperation with government agencies and officials as well as public and private companies to advance the growth of small and minority owned businesses.

This Council has the capability to introduce, promote, and conduct public relations programs including cooperation with the media, individuals, and both public and private organizations and agencies to increase awareness of the needs of small and minority-owned businesses.

We provide a forum in which businesses can network in order to showcase their business and to forge an alliance with other small businesses and larger corporations.

MEE Council has its own publication call MEA Magazine in which we spotlight the achievements of small/minority owned businesses.  MEA goes out to the government and corporate offices that are seeking to do business with certified companies.



Sunny Ezeji, President, MEE Council

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