The Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (HHOMA) presents the sixth annual Minority Business Expo on Tuesday, May 7. For the first time, the event will be held in the City of Ranson in Jefferson County. The expo creates opportunities for minorities, veterans and women business owners to network with business and government leaders.
“The expo encourages business development in West Virginia and the inclusion of historically under-represented communities,” said Jill Upson, executive director of HHOMA. “Women, veterans and minorities must be involved in the creation of businesses, licensure process and participation in the economic development of our great state.”
Attendees and exhibitors must register online by April 30. Attendance is free. Exhibit booth space is $100, which is waived for state agencies and nonprofits.
Please complete the short registration form and review the exhibitor guidelines, if applicable.
Questions? Feel free to contact our office at (304) 356-2023 or HHOMA@wv.gov.