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Westchester County to Present conXpo on May14 to Connect Businesses to Procurement Opportunities

The Westchester County Office of Economic Development has announced conXpo, a conference designed to connect Minority/Women-Owned Businesses (MWBEs), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOBs) and Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBEs) to procurement opportunities within Westchester County. The half-day conference is being held May 14 from 8 am to noon at the Westchester County Center, White Plains.

Participants will have the opportunity to network with hundreds of businesses and municipalities within the County including colleges and universities, hospitals and New York State Power Authority. Workshop topics will include:

  • What MWBEs, SDVOBs and DBEs need to know about purchasing and contracting opportunities
  • How to successfully bid on RFP opportunities
  • Accessing capital to help grow your business
  • Guiding through New York State and Westchester County MWBE Certification process

General admission is $10. Business exhibitor table is $250 and includes five tickets. Exhibitor table of non-profits and municipalities is $100 and includes five tickets. To register for the conference, visit Deadline for registration and/or participation in the conference is May 7. Space is limited. For any questions about the conference contact:




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