Does the MSP metro area deserve the “F” grade awarded by the Minneapolis Chamber for Minority Business Development? Please join us for a community roundtable on this topic.
The College of Business and Organizational Leadership, Concordia University Community Development, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis will explore these topics with a Community Roundtable on the State of ALANA Businesses in Minnesota, 2011 on August 5, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Concordia University-St. Paul, President’s Conference Room, Dining Hall (Building 2 on Map), 275 N Syndicate Street, St Paul, MN 55104. (http://www.csp.edu/AboutUs/CampusMaps/CSP-Map.pdf)
The meeting is open to the public but kindly rsvp to [email protected] so that they know how many people to expect. All participants are asked to submit their responses to the two questions via Survey Monkey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SPVTQ79.
What are the challenges for ALANA business development in Minnesota?
What are your solutions?
At the meeting we will circulate these responses and then begin our Roundtable around these responses. A summary of the Roundtable will be sent to the Governor, Legislative Leaders, Commissioners, Mayors, Foundations and other leaders.
For people who want to join us via web/conference call we will have something set up for you to participate, please let us know when you rsvp. Please answer the two question survey at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SPVTQ79 .