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Thank You for Visiting Our GTMBC Website.  For Access to the Gulf Coast Diversity and Inclusion Database Directory, "all" small business vendors Register here.  Registration is FREE for this newly created Database Directory.  Please sign and complete the FREE Database Directory in all the fields that are applicable to your small business.  Email the Form to hatcher.beverly@gtmbc.com "or" fax to 1.409.722.5402.
           
The purpose of the Gulf Coast Diversity & Inclusion Database Directory primary goal is in the line of service to act as a conduit or clearinghouse between the major oil and gas industries, corporations, governmental, business entities, and city/county/parish/ISD's et al to encourage them to use the Gulf Coast Region's Small Businesses.  This Gulf Coast Diversity and Inclusion Database Directory will promote all M/WBE/HUB/DBE/SDB/HUBZone/VET/8(a) businesses growth and business opportunities for its M/WBE/HUB Vendor Members.

                Start the FREE Registration Process Below:

 . . . . Unlock procurement opportunities by Registering FREE in our Gulf Coast Diversity and Inclusion Database Directory.   Please click here:   Business Profile Database Form pdf

NOTE:  Free software such as, Adobe® Acrobat Reader 6.0 may be required to view the pdf documents.


Knowing collaboration is an essential “means-to-an-end”, together the SWLA Economic Development Alliance and the Golden Triangle Minority Business Council, are preparing to launch its free online database directory.  This online stage or platform will ensure continuous promotion of all small businesses that wish to gain access and visibility to major organizations looking for suppliers of goods and services along the entire Gulf Coast.   All local businesses, industry, state, parish/county, major corporations, local government, ISD's, procurement officers, Purchasing Departments, in the public and private sector looking for small business vendors, i.e., contractors, subcontractors, second-tier, joint ventures, and partnerships, can match their need for specific suppliers by utilizing the web-based Database Directory assembled in two categories, i.e., Services Industry, or, Products Goods Industry.  Examples of vendors suppliers in the pdf Services Industry Database Directory or the Products Goods Industry Database Directory are:

Services Industry   Please click here to view pdf SAMPLE page:   Services Industry Database pdf
General Contractors Industry
Building Construction Industry
Medical Services Industry (all types)
Entertainment/Media Service Industry
Logistic/Transportation Industry
Heavy Construction Industry
Special Trade Industry
Engineering/Architectural/Exploration/Surveying Industry
Maintenance Custodial/Landscaping/   Janitorial
General Accounting/Financial/Legal Service Industry
Services Other (specify)

Products/Goods Industry  Please click here to view pdf SAMPLE page:  Products/Goods Industry pdf
Commodities Retailer (all types)
Commodities Food/Restaurants/Grocery
Commodities Promotional/Office Supplies
Commodities Reseller/Wholesaler
Commodities Construction Related Materials
Commodities Manufacturing (all products)
Commodities Petroleum/Oil/Gas/Energy Related Materials
Commodities Safety Devices/Equipment, et al
Commodities Other (specify)


To look up NAICS codes pertinent to your business, please click here:     http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics

 What is NAICS and How is it Used?

 The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS, pronounced Nakes) was developed under the direction and guidance of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as the standard for use by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the collection, tabulation, presentation, and analysis of statistical data describing the U.S. economy. Use of the standard provides uniformity and comparability in the presentation of these statistical data. NAICS is based on a production-oriented concept, meaning that it groups establishments into industries according to similarity in the processes used to produce goods or services. NAICS replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in 1997.        


Feedback to the GTMBC or if You Want too make an email request to the GTMBC Staff . . . . hatcher.beverly@gtmbc.com  "or" you may fax to 1.409.722.5402  


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UNDER CONSTRUCTION - COMING SOON!!!!!  “If you would rather fax or mail your registration, you will be able to print a PDF version of the Access to M/WBE/HUB Vendors Registration Form.

NOTE:  Our Apology.  “IF” The Link as Shown Above In the Email Registration Return Message Does Not Take You to the M/WBE Directory List, email  hatcher.beverly@gtmbc.com  and we will email your request.     Thank you.