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DEAL Center Seed Accelerators


Public/Private Cooperative Agreements

Wealth creation requires action, governance and risk.  Our opportunity to become a trillion dollar industry requires inclusion and adhesion to a mission towards continuous profit and success. 


The National Minority Technology Council is developing an open network of place-based and web-based social ecosystems that will provide cohort style memberships based on a selection criterion designed for growth and collaboration.

The concept behind our accelerator initiative is to develop an institutional approach to minority tech company growth in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.   Working with government, education and community,  NMTC plans to generate fixed-term, cohort-based, "boot camps" for emerging business owners. 


The program will include access to subject matter experts, technology, and government/corporate relationships with a defined culmination program to invited key stakeholders.


These trusted "Cohorts of Opportunity" are made up of NMTC members who enjoy access to our resources and growth algorithms.

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DEAL Center Initiative

Connecting Stakeholders who believe in our vision to transform and develop communities enriched by both technology and faith in the human desire to serve.

Creating multiple teaming opportunities for our members.

Next Webinar Wednsday Oct, 10,  2017
11 EST

“Building on our Knowledge Economy”

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Stephen received B.S in Geographical Information Systems, a graduate degree M.A. in Intelligence Studies and is currently working on his MBA at Columbia Southern University. He works as an Intelligence Analyst for government defense contractor and was recently selected to serve as Ohio's first Regional Director for the National Minority Technology Council.

Host: Stephen Willis

Ohio Regional Director & NMTC Executive Member


NMTC SBA GSA Contractor Team Arrangements

Teaming with a Purpose

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