Through June 26th, t-shirts are 2 for $40, or $25 for single orders. They are navy soft-style cotton white print, and pick up and shipping options are available. After the pre-order, only very limited sizes will be available, so order one (or 5) today! Click here for the order form.
For the first time, the Women's Business Council - Southwest will be holding a virtual market with women-owned businesses on November 23rd through December 6th, 2020. Applications are due Monday, November 9th and participants will be notified by Friday, November 13, 2020.
Harvesting Partnerships Virtual will be held on November 5th, and registration is now open. We are excited to bring back one of the most popular features of this annual half-day conference – WBE-Led Roundtable Discussions.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Harvesting Partnerships event! Taking place in a virtual format, the annual half-day conference focused on top-tier educational programming will take place on November 5th from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
Our annual Connections to Contracts event will be virtual this year! We’ve put together a list of the top five strategies for making yourself standout at virtual networking events.
This annual survey helps us helps us to measure our success and provides valuable insights as to who is spending with WBEs and promoting supplier diversity.
2020 is an important year for the Women's Business Council - Southwest, as it marks our 25th year of certifying, connecting, and supporting women-owned businesses throughout our region. As the mid-point of the year approaches, we took some time to reflect on and celebrate the twists and turns of the past 6 months.
WBCS Members Betty Manetta and Jennifer Schaumberg Selected as 2020 Women in Technology Award Honorees
Betty Manetta, President & CEO of Argent Associates, Inc. and Jennifer Schaumberg, CEO of Fuse Solutions will both be recognized as one of the top 25 leaders in in North Texas technology.
We are bringing you our second video blog celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Women's Business Council - Southwest. In this video, we are speaking to WBCS President and CEO Debbie Hurst. Having been at the Council for 23 years, Debbie has seen it grow from its infancy to the booming network it is.