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What is the Minority Contractors Network?

By Eric Schechter

The Minority Contractor Network (MCN) is an association, powered Fixxbook technology, that helps connect minority and women-owned business enterprises (MWBE’s) with new business opportunities.

In order to assist service buyers in identifying minority-owned contractors, MCN provides a verification service. Once verified by MCN, minority owned businesses receive a badge signifying that they’ve been verified. This is important to true MBWE’s because once they are verified by MCN, they’ll be eligible to receive work invitations from hundreds of leading facilities brands in the Fixxbook community. Read more.

ServiceChannel Relaunches Fixxbook Website with New Look and Enhanced Functionality

New York City, NY – ServiceChannel Inc. has relaunched its Fixxbook website with a fresh new design and enhanced functionality. Developed by Fixxbook’€™s experienced production and marketing teams, along with Path Interactive, the new website embodies the company’s commitment to modern web design while expanding the product’€™s capabilities, which has made Fixxbook the leading commercial contractor management service provider for the facilities management industry. Read more.

How to Find a Contractor You Can Trust: Who to Ask

At some point, every business needs the services of a contractor. It may be for construction, renovation, remodeling, or even landscaping. Professional commercial contractors are able to do the assigned jobs swiftly and efficiently. However, if a company chooses the wrong contractor, it may lead to delays, poor work, or even more serious problems. One of the best ways to find a reliable contractor is to look for references; use these guidelines with asking for contractor referrals from your contacts. Read more.

How to Find a Contractor You Can Trust: What to Ask For

No matter what kind of business you run, chances are your facilities will require maintenance, repair and upkeep at some point down the road. With hundreds upon thousands of contractors out there, it can be difficult to find a contractor qualified enough for the task at hand. To help, keep the following simple talking points in mind when you’re interviewing a potential contractor: Read more.