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July 10, 2018 (125 days ago)
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RMICC
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This month, I am encouraging you to participate in the 2017-2018 Disparity Study.
The City and County of Denver has hired a company, BBC Research & Consulting, to conduct the next disparity study. The study is determining if disparity continues to exist. The city will continue to address disparities and to increase opportunities for Denver certified Small and Minority/Women Business Enterprises only if the disparity continues to exist.
Participate and share your experiences as a city awarded vendor or a prospective vendor. The mentioned disparity study will shape the opportunities for the next 5 years. As you know, the city is planning to invest billions of dollars in projects over the next years. Your comments are confidential. Send your comments to the BBC Research & Consulting email exclusively dedicated to this study at denverdisparitystudy@bbcresearch.com.
Please share this email with other business owners and let them know the importance to act now.
Enjoy your July,
Rosy Aburto McDonough, Director
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