- Government Organization
The MBO is dedicated to helping you understand the myriad of certifications available to you as a minority, veteran or woman-owned business. Already certified? Learn how to best market yourself as a certified business and secure government contracts.
It takes courage to venture out and start your own business. One thing that can help make it less intimidating is having an experienced resource to help you navigate the maze of requirements, registrations, and certifications. We are that connection. We will sit down with you and help create and review your business plan and then help you determine a plan of attack that is right for your venture. We can help you find options for gaining the business expertise you need. Most of all, we can help you find a place you can turn to for answers, so you don’t have to feel like you are going at it alone.
In business, it’s not always enough to be an expert in your field. From bookkeeping to managing employees to finding the right suppliers, a lot of knowledge goes into running a successful business. Fortunately, an abundance of local resources also exists to help minority and women-owned businesses fill in any gaps.
It doesn’t take long in the business to realize that who you know can be just as important as what you know. A simple introduction from a trusted source is sometimes all it takes to open doors and get you a seat at the table.
Each business has its own definition of success. For many minority and women-owned businesses, these goals include a vision for growth.
Whom to Contact
- Rosy Aburto McDonoughMinority Business Office DirectorPhone: (303) 844-3701Cell Phone: (720) 556-6039
- Ulises FernandezPhone: (303) 892-3840
Locate in the heart of downtown, corner of Broadway and 16th Street Mall. At the Colorado Bank and Trust building, 215th floor.