January 2, 2018 Syracuse, N.Y. — Rickey Brown, executive director of the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance, shares his ideas on leadership, role-models, and teamwork in an interview with Syracuse.com. Check it out: http://bit.ly/2ESaJq4
CEO Essentials – April 2015 Syracuse, N.Y. — CenterState CEO has announced a new partnership with the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance (MEA), a newly-formed organization to support minority business ventures in the region. Upstate MEA’s mission is to harness the economic power of the minority community for the benefit of the region.
WRVO Syracuse – April 2015 Syracuse, N.Y. — Central New York’s business and economic development agency is starting a new chamber of commerce for minority-run companies. According to CenterState CEO, the black and Latino communities in New York have $170 billion in buying power. That’s why, it says, it’s forming the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance, the Read more about Minority business chamber of commerce launches in central New York[…]
Syracuse.com – April 2015 Syracuse, N.Y. — A nonprofit organization has been formed to serve as a chamber of commerce for minority-owned businesses in Upstate New York. The Upstate Minority Economic Alliance, or MEA, has formed a board of directors and expects to have a website up and running on Friday, said Edward Cuello, president Read more about Chamber of commerce formed for minority-owned Upstate NY businesses[…]
Upstate MEA – April 2015 Syracuse, N.Y. — Local community and business leaders have announced the creation of the first Minority Chamber of Commerce in the 16-county Upstate and Central New York region: the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance, or MEA. The MEA’s mission is to harness the economic power of the minority community for the Read more about Newly-Formed Upstate Minority Economic Alliance (MEA) to Support Minority Business Ventures in Partnership with CenterState CEO[…]