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 MBE magazine Fourth Quarter Newsletter 2018

Changing the Face of Entrepreneurship for over 30 Years

Welcome to the MBE magazine quarterly newsletter!  

Winter is almost here and as MBE magazine wraps up the year, we look back with so much gratitude to our readers and supporters who make our mission of advocating for diverse entrepreneurship possible. We have some great things in store for 2019 to include highlighting entrepreneur success stories and business leaders who are working hard to create equal opportunities in their communities. 

Recently, Enterprise Publishing Inc. was contracted to document via video and photo, PG&E’s Trade Show Trade Mission at the NMSDC Annual Conference & Business Opportunity Exchange October 14-17 in Austin, TX. Click here to visit the gallery and see images from the Trade Mission. If you are interested in having us cover your special event, please contact Barbara Oliver at [email protected].




We traveled to Canada in September to attend the WBE Canada 2018 National Conference and the CAMSC 14th Business Achievement Awards Gala. While there, Barbara Oliver chatted with the new President of WBE Canada, Silvia Pencak. Listen to their conversation on our podcast here. If you would like to participate in a future podcast, contact Barbara Oliver, [email protected].




Next Edition:
      Black History Month

Headline Article:
       Winners of this year’s
       “MBEs Who Rock!”


In Case You Missed It:
       2018 Podcasts
       with our contributors

Quote for Success:
      Mahatma Gandhi

Pic of the Month:
       Barbara Oliver with
       Len Greenhalgh
       from Tuck School
       of Business

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2019 Sponsorships:
      Special thanks to 
      our 2018 sponsors
      and 2019 sponsor







Winter 2018

Black History Month

Featured Articles: (subject to change)

Cover Story
    Sharon W, Reynolds
    DevMar Products, LLC

Special Focus:
      Finance & Government

♦ Corporate Strategies

♦ Different Drummers

♦ Diversity & Inclusion

♦ Global Connections

Special Distribution:

Minority Business
    Opportunity Day

      – Los Angeles, CA

WBENC Summit
    and Salute

     – Houston, TX

Reservation Economic
    Summit (RES)

     – Las Vegas, NV



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MBE magazine announces the 2018 “MBEs Who Rock!” Winners
Another successful run for MBE magazine’s popular “MBEs Who Rock!” contest came to a close at this year’s National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) National Conference held in Austin, TX.

This award honors minority business owners who have excelled in their industry and are also active in their community.

The 2018 “MBEs Who Rock!” winners are:
Kablan EdwinBosso Founder & CEO, Myrtle Counseling Group
Renee BoycePresident, My Next Career Path Staffing 
Terri MatthewsCEO & Founder, TM Partners & Brands 
Brittany S. StovallCo-Founder, President & CEO, Assured Quality Systems
Lisa S. JonesChief EyeMail Officer, EyeMail, Inc.
Beatriz FernandezBusiness Development Director, DataXport.Net, LLC
Leslie J. SawyerChairman & CEO, Environmental Design International, Inc.
Parth PatelCEO, Six Consulting, Inc.
Sandeep GaubaCEO, Metasy’s Technologies 

The 2018 Fall Issue cover of “MBEs Who Rock!” featured:
Darryl DanielsAIA, President & CEO, Jacobsen|Daniels Associates LLC,located in Detroit, MI
Tanya C. WalkerLawyer, Walker Law, located in Toronto, Canada.

The magazine hosted a special reception on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Hilton Austin to announce and honor the winners. Details about the winners will be available in the Winter 2019 edition of the MBE magazine and on the magazine website,

“It’s a thrill to know that each year we get to acknowledge and honor these extraordinary men and women and all their professional and personal accomplishments, and get to share this with their peers,” says Barbara Oliver, President of Enterprise Publishing Inc. and publisher of MBE magazine. “Congratulations to all of our winners and nominees who are truly MBEs Who Rock!”

A press release about the contest is available here and photos from the awards reception may be viewed in our gallery.


In Case You Missed It

2018 Webinars

Enterprise Publishing Inc. / MBE magazine and our partners have produced a series of webinars featuring the experts who have contributed to the content in MBE magazine, and have relevant business information and tips to share with our readers.

In case you missed any, click here to check out the latest webinars. 

To suggest topics for future webinars, please send an email to [email protected] 


Quote for Success



Pic of the Month


MBE magazine’s Barbara Oliver pictured with Len Greenhalgh, Professor of Management & Director of Minority Business Programs at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, and recipient of the MBDA’s 2018 Abe Venable Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement. 

Want to see more great pics? Check the “On the Scene with MBE magazine” online gallery here.


Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine is published quarterly by Enterprise Publishing Inc. and serves as a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority and women business enterprise development.

MBE magazine is available in both print and digital editions. Read anywhere, anytime, to catch up on the latest opportunities, news, and relevant information relied on by entrepreneurs and supplier diversity professionals for over 30 years.

To receive up to 60% off the cover price, click here today!


Show your support for Minority Business Enterprise and become a sponsor of the 2019 “WBEs Who Rock!” and/or “MBEs Who Rock!”  
There are many ways to participate.
To receive information about these opportunities, click


Special thanks to the 2018

“WBEs Who Rock!” and “MBEs Who Rock!” Sponsors:








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