The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) was originally established as the Office of Minority Business Enterprise by President Richard M. Nixon on March 5, 1969. The purpose was to establish a federal agency dedicated exclusively to minority business enterprise. MBDA has 44 branches (Business Center) in the US. We are one of two centers located in the Southern California and although we focus our attention on the southern California market, we are able to serve clients from across the nation. On many occasions, we work in collaboration with the White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
Our focus includes screening and originating Sino-US project and introducing these projects to global investors. MBDA's services range from construction, real estate, trade, investment, education, finance and high technology. We are well versed in a wide range of industries, and have extensive experience in government relations with a broad range of contacts crossing a variety of industries.
In 2014, MBDA assist minority businesses received more than 4.7 billion US dollars in financing and contract, creating thirty thousand jobs. In 45 years, MBDA has been a loyal and reliable strategic partner to US minority-owned businesses. MBDA has always been committed to helping minority-owned businesses to achieve sustainable development. We provide the most authoritative investment advice and supporting services to our clients and international investors alike. We do all of this for the purpose of achieving a win-win situation for investors, corporations, governments and local communities.