MED Week Honors Local Businesses: Offers Presentations On Global Marketing And Jobs

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    MED Week Honorees PhotoPhoto by American Technologies courtesy of Larche’ Communications LLC

    Annual luncheon honorees in photo from left: Patricia Harris, Executive Director and CEO The Edge Connection, Advocate of the Year, Atlanta; Alan Mitchell, Mitchell Industrial Contractors, Minority Construction Firm of the Year, Madison, AL ; Lonzell Graham, Research Technologies, Inc. Minority Manufacturer of the Year, Greenville, SC; Naheed Syed, Global Resource Management Inc. (GRMI), Minority Global Technology Firm of the Year, Suwanee, GA and missing from the photo, Sabrina Jenkins, Atlanta Braves/Turner Field, Distinguished Supplier Diversity Award.

    Special to the Daily World
    Celebrating 30 years, the Atlanta Regional Minority Enterprise Development Week held August 1 at AT&T .Midtown Office focused on the theme “Job Creation in America: Build It Here. Sell it Everywhere”.

    Workshops were held on global marketing and job creation with Business Smmit presentations by speakers Mark Wilson, E-Verified; Lavon Lewis, Pencilworx Design Group ( PDG); Ralph Brown, Trillion Communications; Robert McNeil, President Images USA; Donald Nay, Director of U.S. Export Assistance Center;Tony Green, Project Manager, Georgia Department of Economic Development Global Commerce; Peggy Duncan, The Digital Breakthroughs Institute; and Carla Byrd, City of Savannah Purchasing Director.

    Participants had a full day of interacting with suppliers and purchasing directors for corporations and government entities along with a luncheon honoring outstanding small business owners in the Southeast region.. MBD Success stories were presented for Sarah Lattimer, President, Lattimer Communications, Inc. and Barry Bennett, President, Metals & Materials Engineers. Judith Martinez Sadri, Anchor, Telemundo Atlanta was the mistress of ceremonies.

    Planning MED Week was the task of the The Minority Enterprise Development Council whose members are: Co-Chairs Monica Maldonado, Interprint Communications, Inc. and Rachael M. Humphrey, Metro Records Management/MRM Resources, Inc.; Julian Bailey, MBFA Business Center Atlanta; Evette Blackmon, The Coca-Cola Company; Ralph Brown, Trillion Communications; Sabrina Jenkins, Atlanta Braves; Milton Kirby, Allied Logistics; Diane Larche’, Larche’ Communications LLC; Deborah Mackins, Georgia Power Company; Kidada Muhammad, Simply The Best Events; Juan Pickett, Atlanta National Enterprise Center; Stacey Scott, Elgia; Antoine Smith, Marta; Rholanda Stanberry, Fulton County and Sharon Walker, Dekalb County Government.

    MED Week Sponsors included: Georgia Power, The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta Braves, Home Depot, Lockheed Martin, PDG; Delta Air Lines, Turner, AT&T, Trillion Communications, MARTA, Elgia, Rolling Out, Atlanta Daily World, South Fulton Neighbor, Atlanta Voice, Atlanta Inquirer, MJJ Limo and Shuttle Service , EZ Brand USA and North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development.

    Photo by American Technologies courtesy of Larche’ Communications LLC

     

    Annual luncheon honorees in photo from left:  Patricia Harris, Executive Director and CEO The Edge Connection, Advocate of the Year, Atlanta; Alan Mitchell, Mitchell Industrial Contractors,  Minority Construction Firm of the Year, Madison, AL ; Lonzell Graham, Research Technologies, Inc. Minority Manufacturer of the Year, Greenville, SC; Naheed Syed, Global Resource Management Inc. (GRMI), Minority Global Technology Firm of the Year, Suwanee, GA and missing from the photo, Sabrina Jenkins, Atlanta Braves/Turner Field, Distinguished Supplier Diversity Award.

     

     

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