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.
This month we caught up with Angela Hood, CEO and Founder of ThisWay Global, to learn more about her journey to becoming a game changing female founder.
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.
As a resource for women-owned and minority-owned businesses, The Study USA has launched a new Mastermind Series called It's My Business.
Sherrill Lester is the President of QMF Steel, Inc. and has seen her business through the 2008 economic crisis and the aftermath of September 11th. During these challenging times many companies struggled to stay in business due to a rapidly changing dynamic in our country. Today she has provided helpful insights that she learned along the way that directly resulted in the success and strength of her company.
We are excited today to share this guest blog from Amanda Hueneke, President of Hello Imprint LLC! From when we first opened her e-mail with suggestions on how to repurpose promotional items (previously destined for tradeshows), to receiving one of the Hello Imprint “Happy Boxes” mentioned below, Amanda has stood out with her creative marketing strategies over during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result of the new legislation, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has four options for funding relief in the wake of COVID-19. WIPP (Women Impacting Public Policy) has provided a helpful breakdown of information and links pertaining to these funding sources from the SBA.
One of our WBEs, First Equipment Company shares some tips below on how to spot illegitimate e-mails and protect your information.
The Toyota Small and Diverse Mentorship Program is an opportunity for certified SBEs and WBEs to be matched with leaders from Toyota Financial Services to learn and grow their business through a formal year-long mentorship program.
As we move in to our 25th anniversary year, we are excited to celebrate a successful 2019! Highlights of this year include a notable 28% growth in Sustaining (Corporate) Members and over $11 million in total WBE gross revenue.