Build Your Business at the 2014
New York State MWBE Forum where you
will meet public and private sector decision
makers and learn about new and upcoming
contract opportunities for your firm.
Meet New York’s top public sector officials and
procurement decision makers. Get to know the
professionals who really know the contract
opportunities that are best for your firm.
Reserve your exhibit space at the 2014
NYS MWBE Forum. Showcase your
opportunities and your commitment
to diversity and MWBE inclusion in the
largest forum on business opportunities
in New York.
Meet the private sector companies in the
two-day EXPO and meet the decision
makers you need to know to build your
Now, New York State is committed to building upon
this goal by helping MWBEs to increase their capacity
to do business across the state. At the 2014 NYS
MWBE Forum, learn how far we have come over
the past four years, and explore where we are
going in the next.
Experience an actual class of the Goldman Sachs
10,000 Small Businesses initiative at the New York
State MWBE Forum.
Join us on Thursday October 2 from 10:30 AM
to 11: 45 AM for a special session, Fast Track
Strategies to Double Your Revenue.
Headquartered in New York, Skanska USA is
one of the largest, most financially sound
construction and development companies in
the country with expertise in construction, civil
infrastructure, public-private partnerships and
commercial development initiatives in select
Our commitment to diversity is strong and our
opportunities navigate diverse markets. Come
visit us at our booth and learn more about our
teams and how we can work with you.
Tutor Perini Corporation is a leading civil
and building construction company offering
diversified general contracting and
design-build services to private clients
and public agencies throughout the world.
Participation as an MWBE on a Tutor Perini
project is meaningful and substantial,
fostering economic opportunities well into
the future. We have led many of the largest
diversity outreach and recruiting programs
in U.S. history.
Learn more about 10,000 Small Businesses.