Welcome to our member center! Here you will find the tools you need to put your certification to work and get involved with WBCS. Please note, you must login to enable all features.
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WBE Member Directory
Access the complete list of WBE and Sustaining (Corporate) Members in the southwest region.
The toolkit includes important information for getting started with your WBENC certification.
Each contract has a unique story; read all about it on the Done Deals™ section on the WBCS blog. A Done Deal is any business deal done between members of the Council (Corporate to WBE or WBE to WBE).
Done Deals are vital to the Council to track how we are achieving our Mission - to increase procurement opportunities between WBEs and Sustaining Members.
Submit your Done Deal today!
Business done with WBEs is truly what we are all about, so help us track business through participating in the Spend Program today.
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. Every dollar counts with supplier diversity!
The WBCS Spend program assists with:
- quantifying membership ROI
- sharing the commitment to WBE utilization
- recognizing diverse Spend leaders throughout the region
2018 By The Numbers
Amount WBCS Members reported spending with certified WBES
# of WBEs reported used by WBCS Sustaining (Corporate) Members
used the most WBEs
Reported the highest $ WBE Spend
As a member of the Women’s Business Council – Southwest, you have access to several development program and partnerships that will help your business grow and allow you to connect with and mentor other women-owned businesses.
Woman Entrepreneur’s Exchange is a bi-annual event featuring a Sustaining (Corporate) Member supplier diversity spotlight, speed-networking with Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) mentors, and a networking reception.
This outreach event caters specifically to women of color business owners and their staff who are interested in doing business with corporations and/or government entities. It's a time to build relationships with fellow women business owners and learn about the benefits of Women's Business
Increase awareness of common perceptions of women in a work environment, specifically the eight political pitfalls. By avoiding these missteps, women can maintain their credibility and increase influence with their male counterparts so they are more successful in collaboration, negotiation, and
The Women’s Business Council – Southwest encourages its member to get involved. Committee participation is an excellent way to utilize your membership, meet fellow members and support the WBCS mission.
- New Member Engagement
- Certification Site Visitors
- Day-of-Event Support
- Special Events