Baltimore MEDWeek

Minority Enterprise Development Week convenes business leaders, promotes business opportunities, features outstanding MBEs and advocates, and reports industry trends. This week was created to raise awareness about the critical role minority and women-owned businesses play in our economy, offer businesses an opportunity to network, and learn about new industry trends to further business development. Situated within the completely virtual campus, Midweek launches a full week of events:




Monday, November 9, 2020

Within The MiHUB Virtual Campus, MEDWeek Launches With “Press & Previews” Posts Overviewing The Week.



Tuesday, November 10, 2020

The 2020 Minority Manufacturing Symposium will include sessions on building a capital network, managing stress for peak performance during the pandemic, connections between academia and advanced manufacturing, as well as a procurement pitch segment. The symposium also features the official launch and ribbon cutting for the Manufacturing Innovation Hub Cooperative – MiHUB CoOp. The MiHUB CoOp is an outgrowth of the MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center – Baltimore’s current support to minority manufacturers, and offers additional opportunities across all manufacturing industry sectors for companies to scale up and grow through collaborative access to technology, business development opportunities, technical and financial assistance.



Wednesday, November 11, 2020

In Your Observance of Veterans Day, Visit Our Online Tribute On Wednesday, November 11, Including Resource Links for Those Veterans Who Are Minority Business Owners.



Thursday, November 12, 2020

A Virtual “Meet The Primes” Style Procurement Fair Provides A Unique Opportunity For Networking And Contacts To Be Made.





Even While In Unprecedented Times, Our Baltimore MEDWeek Hosts – The City Of Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Small, Minority, and Women Business Development and the Mid-Atlantic Region MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center, in Collaboration With The MiHUB – Are Up For The Challenge Of Bringing Minority Business Enterprises And Their Ideal Business Partners Face To Face.


City Of Baltimore Office of Small, Minority and Women Business Development
and the Mid-Atlantic Region MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center
Baltimore MEDWeek 2020

Vendor Registration

If you represent a company or organization looking to contract with MBEs, register to be a vendor at our virtual procurement fair on Thursday, November 12th