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DBE Supportive Services Lunch and Learn Series
BECO is hosting monthly Lunch and Learn sessions to support and develop DBEs and SBCs.  This series has a variety of topics such as:  Marketing, Writing a Winning Proposal,  Estimating and Bidding, and more.  Plan to attend these valuable sessions.  View the BECO Lunch and Learn Schedule.

 
ADOT’s DBE Supportive Services Program — ADOT’s DBE supportive services program hosts many networking events, project specific, business-to-business match making events and business Expos that provide opportunities for DBEs and SBCs to meet and form relationships with prime consultants and contractors. For a schedule of upcoming events, see the BECO section of the ADOT website. You can also contact the supportive services program ([email protected], phone: 602.712.7761) and ask to be added to their email list so that you’ll be notified about upcoming events.

Arizona Commerce Authority Small Business Support —This website is dedicated to providing information, incentives and support for small businesses. It provides event calendars, information about incentives for small businesses and a customized checklist program to help navigate the complexities of starting a new business. Learn more on the Arizona Commerce Authority website.

 

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