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Certified Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) can benefit from government programs that enable them to access market opportunities and implement effective growth strategies. Dickinson Wright’s corporate attorneys recognize the importance of helping MBEs and WBEs achieve certification and form relationships with the business community.
Our firm is a long-standing leader in representing MBEs and WBEs and helping them form, finance, and operate successful business ventures. We define success by our clients’ metrics, delivering personalized legal solutions for each of our clients, wherever their businesses take them.
At Dickinson Wright, we assemble the best teams across multiple markets within the firm to help address and mitigate potential points of concern that may emerge when establishing and certifying an MBE or WBE, including:
|• Banking & Finance||• Environmental|
|• Construction||• Immigration|
|• Corporate||• Intellectual Property|
|• Corporate Finance||• Labor & Employment|
|• Data Privacy & Cybersecurity||• Mergers & Acquisitions|
|• Disadvantaged Business Enterprises||• Nonprofit Organizations|
|• Emerging Businesses||• Real Estate|
|• Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation||• Taxation|
MBE and WBE Certification
We focus the majority of our Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise practice on assisting clients throughout the process of MBE and WBE certification. Based on our extensive experience helping organizations attain certification, Dickinson Wright understands the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) requirements and other organizations involved in the certification process. Our work includes:
Additionally, our team also works with organizations seeking minority and women business partners for private and public sector business opportunities, helping explore relationships for specific business opportunities.