Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell, in partnership with the US Government Services Administration (GSA), will host his second Back To Business Conference on June 20 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Atlanta City Hall, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW.

Back To Business (B2B) is Council President Mitchell’s free educational, training and business networking event for all businesses, including minority, veteran and women-owned companies doing business or interested in seeking business with government and corporate entities.

“I am excited to once again host this event which brings together businesses of various sizes and resources in an effort to create partnerships, share information and mutual support,” said Council President Mitchell. “Atlanta continues to be touted as a prime example of a city that effectively opened doors for minority-owned firms across industries, and I am doing my part to make sure this legacy continues.”

At this year’s event, more than 25 public and private vendors will be on hand to share information about procurement opportunities within their organizations. In addition, there will be panel discussions on doing business with the Atlanta Falcons on the new stadium, on citywide construction opportunities, procurement and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise certifications, as well as finance and business development.

Invited vendors include: City of Atlanta, DeKalb County Government, GSA, Georgia Power Company, Environmental Protection Agency, The Atlanta Falcons, UPS, US Small Business Administration, Invest Atlanta, Grady Hospital, Atlanta Public Schools, Office Depot, PNC Bank.

Registration for B2B is required for each attendee and space is limited. To register, go to http://www.backtobusinessatl.eventbrite.com. For more information, call Council President Mitchell’s office at 404-330-6052.

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