MWBE Benefits & Resources FY 20-21 MWBE Annual Report Annual Small Business Expo - Virtual
The Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Program is specifically designed to advocate and facilitate business growth and provide opportunities for historically underutilized businesses.
The City of Raleigh has an aspirational 15 percent goal to contract fifteen percent (15 percent) of the total contract amount to Certified MWBE firms on construction and repair projects of $300,000 or more and for contracts of $100,000 or more that include any State funding.
MWBE Benefits & Resources
- Benefits of the MWBE program
- Who is eligible for MWBE certification?
- Register for the MWBE informational certification sessions
- How to become a registered supplier with the City?
- MWBE Grants and Loans
- View City of Raleigh projects
- Please click on Search Open Bids in the menu bar near the top, then select NON-STATE – City of Raleigh from the Purchasing Agency drop-down menu, and then click Search.
FY 20-21 MWBE Annual Report
View the FY 20-21 MWBE Annual Report.
Annual Small Business Expo - Virtual
The 23rd Annual Raleigh Small Business Expo was hosted by the City of Raleigh and Wake County Public School System on Wednesday, June 10, 2021. Thank you to our sponsors, partners, and attendees who participated in the virtual event. We also extend a thank you to our Event Planner, Sydney Coles of Coles Travel & Events, LLC.
Local companies and government agencies attended the virtual Expo looking to connect with certified minority businesses, build relationships, and learn about upcoming projects.
Attendees seized the opportunity to meet with local agencies and general contractors seeking subcontractors for construction, professional services, and other services for next year.
If you missed this awesome event but would like a sneak peek, visit exhibitor booths, be awed by guest speakers, and learn more from the event, click the links below.