Even if you weren't nominated for an award this year, you can still be a winner at our annual Parade of Stars Awards Gala on February 4th!
It's time to submit your 2019 Spend information - if you spent money with any third-party certified WBE in 2019, let us know! WBCS collects WBE spend information from members on an annual basis. From small women-owned businesses to large Fortune 500 companies, WBCS wants to hear from you.
We are excited to announce the nominees for the 2020 Parade of Stars Awards! The winners will be announced on February 4th at the Parade of Stars Gala at the Omni Dallas. Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks as we take a closer look at the award process and some of this year’s nominees.
Learn how the program can help you create a plan to strategically grow your business through practical skills and networking. Selected applicants will gain access to a world-class business education and connections to a professional support network at no cost
Celebrating the Women’s Business Council – Southwest 25th anniversary is a major milestone for us and for the impact of Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) on our entire economy and business landscape. We intend to celebrate in style throughout 2020!
Recently, WBCS President and CEO, Debbie Hurst, and Sharon Evans, owner and CEO of CFJ Manufacturing, joined Chanel Christoff Davis on her Follow The Leader Podcast to talk about the importance of the organization as well as why women really need to network.
WBCS is proud to support community organizations that promote diversity and resources for women-owned businesses. Find these every Monday on our blog!
Indu Sanka is the President & CEO of FIRST SIGNS Graphic Solutions (FSGS), and was the winner of 3 major WBCS awards in 2019.