We are always happy to answer any questions about the site or our publication. If your question is not listed below, please contact us with your inquiry.
How do I get my business featured in your magazine?
M/WBEs can purchase a two-page, interactive business profile. Corporations and organizations can purchase advertisements and issue sponsorships.
Can I subscribe to print issues of MBEConnect Profiles magazine?
We do not offer print subscriptions to MBEConnect Profiles magazine at this time. Our emphasis is on the digital and interactive components of our magazine, which are not available in the print medium. You can subscribe to get new issues through email.
Will you share my event?
We are happy to share information about upcoming supplier diversity events. Please complete the Event Submission form and we will get back to you with a link to the post.
When will the next issue of MBEConnect Profiles magazine be released?
Our quarterly publication schedule means that we release magazines in March, June, September and December. Sign up for a free digital subscription to get the latest issue delivered to your email as soon as it is released.
Who are your readers?
Readers of MBEConnect Profiles magazine represent the complete spectrum of the supplier diversity community, including minority and women entrepreneurs, corporate supplier diversity representatives, government sector employees, diversity organization leaders and other small business advocates.
Where is your magazine distributed?
Our primary focus is digital distribution. Each issue is distributed online through our extensive database and through Issuu. A limited number of print issues are distributed at major supplier diversity events, including WBENC Summit and Salute, NMSDC National Conference, MBDA MED Week, USHCC National Convention, WBENC National Conference and regional conferences and events.
Can anyone feature their business?
While certification is not required to be featured in a Business Profile, businesses must be at least 51% owned and operated by a woman or minority.
Do you consider veterans a minority?
Currently, we do not feature veteran-owned businesses in our magazine. This may change in the future.