C2C Award Winners

2022 Connections to Contracts Award Winners - Corporate Momentum and Women Working Together

Congratulations to our 2022 Connections to Contracts award winners! The Corporate Momentum Award is given to a WBCS Corporate Member who has the highest year over year increase in WBE spend. This year, Lockheed Martin was the recipient for achieving an incredible 150% increase from 2020 to 2021! The award was received by Scott Dobbs, Director of Procurement at Lockheed Martin, who is also a recent addition to the WBCS Board of Directs. Congratulations to Lockheed Martin and thank you for being an example of championing diverse spend. One of the prime missions of the Women's Business Council -
2021 Annual Meeting Recap

Annual Meeting Recap

Our 2021 Annual Meeting was held on Thursday, November 4th at the Laurel in Grapevine, TX. It was exciting to see over 200 of our members in-person and face-to-face after almost two years, and we are grateful to all who attended!
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Join us for Connections to Contracts!

Join us this year for Connections to Contracts, a procurement-focused event connecting women-owned businesses with corporations and each other. The goal of this virtual event is to provide access to business opportunities between our members that eventually lead to contracts, therefore helping women-owned businesses achieve parity.
Virtual Prime Time Sessions (How to work with Tier 1 Suppliers)

Virtual "Prime Time" Sessions at Connections to Contracts

Prime suppliers are an important part of the supply chain, and provide opportunities for you to work directly with them to gain business, while also allowing corporations to fulfill their diversity goals. This year at Connections to Contracts, attendees will be able to attend three virtual Prime Time sessions, hosted by BNSF Railway, Lockheed Martin, and PepsiCo.
2020 Women's Business Council - Southwest Mid-Year Impact Report, words on a blue a background

2020 Mid-Year Impact Report

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.

[3-17-20] (COVID-19) WBCS Headquarters Update

With the recent recommendations from the CDC concerning coronavirus (COVID-19), WBCS headquarters are closed to outside visitors until after March 31, 2020. The Council is still open for business and all staff are working remotely to ensure their health, so please feel free to email or call staff if you have any questions.

[3-16-20] WBCS Event Updates

At WBCS, in-person networking is essential to the work we do and to each of your businesses, but we are also committed to taking every precaution to protect your health. With the recent recommendations from the CDC concerning coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the decision to postpone or alter our events over the next 8 weeks.
2020 Parade of Stars Award Nominees

2020 Parade of Stars Award Winners

The awards gala is an opportunity for the Women's Business Council - Southwest to recognize Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and Corporate (Sustaining) Members that have gone above and beyond to support women-owned businesses and promote supplier diversity initiatives.
2019 Annual Report

2019 WBCS Annual Report

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.
WBCS Open House

WBCS Hosts Open House for their Las Colinas Offices

On November 12, the Women's Business Council - Southwest hosted an open house for members and non-members alike to meet the WBCS staff and tour the office headquarters. Attendees learned about 2019 organizational insights and performance from WBCS President, Debbie Hurst. The 2020 Board of Directors were also introduced.