PRLog - May 22, 2012 - OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- MBEConnect and the MidAmerica Minority Supplier Development Council (MAMSDC) have formed a business collaboration through the interactive supplier diversity publication MBEConnect Profiles. This groundbreaking publication highlights the full spectrum of the organization, including business profiles of some of its top certified minority-owned businesses (MBEs) and its corporate members. The MAMSDC Special Edition of MBEConnect Profiles magazine project is the first of its kind.
Regular issues of MBEConnect Profiles magazine are released quarterly and feature interactive Business Profiles for diverse businesses across the country. The MAMSDC Special Edition of MBEConnect Profiles magazine exclusively features Business Profiles of MBEs that are certified through MAMSDC and located throughout Kansas and western Missouri. Original articles in this special issue solely focus on the MAMSDC organization, including staff information, organization history, educational programs, certification information and some of its top corporate members. Interactive multimedia components, such as web links, video, audio clips and collateral materials are used throughout the digital version of the magazine to create a robust and modern reading experience.
This collaboration demonstrates the great pride MAMSDC takes in its certified MBEs, and how they work tirelessly to advance business relationships in the community. MBEConnect is a certified MBE of the MAMSDC.
The MAMSDC Special Edition of MBEConnect Profiles magazine is available online at http://www.mbeconnect.com/
MBEConnect is a business social network designed to unite M/WBEs with each other, and with large corporations looking for diverse suppliers. MBEConnect Profiles is a digital and interactive publication released quarterly which highlights the best and brightest M/WBEs in the country. For additional information, visit http://www.mbeconnect.com.
The MidAmerica Minority Supplier Development Council (MAMSDC)is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1983 to enhance the growth and development of minority owned business enterprises (MBEs) through participation in private and public sector procurement programs. MAMSDC is one of 37 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) and represents Kansas City, Western Missouri and the entire state of Kansas.