Spartanburg is a city that doesn't just create goals, but achieves them. Doesn't just house businesses, but advances them. We are doing more because we were raised to do nothing less. That's why Spartanburg is always doing.
The City of Spartanburg's Minority Business Development department seeks to identify minority and women-owned businesses for an opportunity to participate as providers of goods and services to the city, enhance competition and participation to promote economic growth and development in the City of Spartanburg.
Minority, Women, and Small Business Enterprises (MWBEs) are major contributors to our state and local economies. The success of our MWBEs is essential to providing jobs, promoting economic growth, diversifying our economy, and reaching our goals as a City.
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Become a mentor!
- To match students with experienced business people who will interact with students for three-six months.
- Increase the success rate of our students and improve retention, engagement, and likelihood of long term business sustainability while shortening their learning curve.
- Give experienced business people who are committed to the Spartanburg community a new and exciting way to give back.
We need successful entrepreneurs to help create more successful entrepreneurs! Apply below.
For more information on how to become a mentor, please contact Natasha Pitts at 864-596-3449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.