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3S Global MBDA Award

LOS ANGELES – Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council will honor five Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) during the two-day 17th Annual Minority Business Awards and Conference “Fostering Strategic Business Growth for Job Creation” to be held March 23rd & 27th.

“The City of Los Angeles is committed to giving all minority businesses the resources and support they need to thrive,” said Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

“Minority-owned businesses are vital to the economic well-being of Los Angeles,and their continued success stands as a strong testament to the dynamism and diversity that keeps our City going.” Los Angeles has 325,000 small businesses, with about 70% being minority and women-owned.

Technology Firm of the Year – 3S Global Business Solutions (3SGBS) – Sujit Ghosh, CEO/Sales Director and Sam Mookerjee, Director
of Corporate Affairs, self-nominated.

3S provides IT staffing, web development and maintenance, and IT consulting services to government and commercial enterprise clients nationwide. Since being established in 2007, the company has grown from a staff of two to ten full-time employees and continues to create jobs.

The two-day 17th Annual Minority Business Awards & Conference began on Friday, March 23rd with a City Council presentation of Certificates of Recognition to the five winners and three runner-ups: Alameda Construction, Coleman Construction, and HRemedy Business Solutions.

The conference sessions were open to the public and were held at the Los Angeles Police Auditorium located at 100 W. First Street, starting at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, March 27th. The two – 1 ½ hour sessions was conducted by industry expert panelists on topics of importance to small and emerging businesses:

1)“Measure R Contracts: Understanding the Design Build Bid Process” and 2) “Mergers & Acquisitions: A 21st Century Strategy for Growth.”

Later that evening the honorees were recognized at an invitation only private Awards Reception, in the Bradley Tower in City Hall.

Since 1994 the Mayor’s Office has partnered with the U.S. Department of Commerce-Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to provide business development support to minority firms through the program formerly known as LA MBOC. As of April 1, 2011, the relationship with the MBDA changed to include a partnership with the University of Southern California (USC) to administer the new program, now known as the MBDA Business Center-Los Angeles (MBC-LA). The annual award recognition was established by the MBDA.

Nominations were submitted to the Mayor’s Office of Economic & Business Policy and the winners were selected by a panel of judges following the nomination period, December 1, 2011 to January 19, 2012.

In addition to receiving trophies and certificates the 2012 Minority Firms of the Year will join the Mayor’s Office of Economic & Business Policy at the Annual Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Conference from September 24-27, 2012 in Washington DC. This conference provides Minority Business Enterprises with information and access to federal contracting managers,valuable workshops and training sessions.

To view pictures from the events/award ceremonies, please visit following link: http://bit.ly/HkOLaF


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