SCCGP

So Cal Corporate Growth Partners, an operator of MBDA Business Center.

A Federal Funded Program by the MBDA  U.S. Department of Commerce

 

So Cal Corporate Growth Partners  •  25186 Hancock Ave. Suite 220 Murrieta, CA 92562  •  TEL 951.698.7529 •  FAX 951.344.8327  • info@sccgp.org

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In 2011 So Cal Corporate Growth Partners (SCCGP) was one out of three organizations nationwide to receive federal funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to operate a Business Center.

 

The purpose of the MBDA Business Center in Riverside County, California which is operated by the So Cal Corporate Growth Partners is to stimulate job creation and retention and advance the economic growth of eligible minority owned companies in the United States.

 

We join a network of more than 45 MBDA Business Centers across the nation that are investing in local communities everywhere with a commitment and dedication to take action designed to put you and all Americans back to work and help foster economic growth.

MBDA Business Center

The Minority Business Development Agency Business Center (MBC) is funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) and operated by the So Cal Corporate Growth Partners (SCCGP).

The MBC provides strategic business consulting services to minority-owned firms assisting with private and public sector contract sourcing, job creation and retention, and global growth.

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“Minority-owned businesses are an integral part of local, national and global business communities. The services they provide and the jobs they create generate trillions of dollars in economic output.  By investing in our Business Centers, we are ensuring that minority-owned businesses get the direct assistance they need to be successful and vital contributors to the U.S. economy.”   
                                -  David A. Hinson, MBDA National Director