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Registration Is Now Open! 2017 DBE Annual Summit, 2/7-9, Helena, Montana

January 4, 2017View for printing

Everyone is invited and welcome to join us. This is a FREE event.

We are pleased to announce that Director, Mike Tooley, of the Montana Department of Transportation will deliver the opening address at the DBE Summit followed by the renowned motivational speaker Maxine Shapiro.

What is the DBE SUMMIT? The primary goal of the Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Summit is to bring small minority and women-owned businesses together in a supportive empowering environment to learn from the knowledge and experience of subject matter experts in the industry and each other.  

What to Expect The Summit will feature a nationally recognized motivational speaker and many local guest speakers. There will be numerous break-out sessions covering cyber security, safety & workers comp, google analytics & search engines, marketing, consumer behavior, quick books, website essentials and much more. There is also a FREE vendor fair. The vendors will offer attendees the opportunity to discuss and compar curricula and products.

Who is Invited? Everyone is invited and welcome to join us. This is a FREE event. There will be a block of rooms set aside at the Radisson Colonial Hotel, under DBE Summit, at the state rate so please call and make your reservations today 406.443.2100.

VISIT and REGISTER today! http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DBESummitRegistration

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For more information, feel free to call or email Shannon Hahn, 406.444.7287 or email shahn@mt.gov
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