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.
This program is intended to promote economic development by encouraging and enabling women-owned small businesses to start new projects. Up to 10 business owners will be selected to receive a $5,000 grant each.
July 15-19 has been designated as Business Week for Supplier Diversity and The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, our Corporate member, is hosting the Business Summit for Supplier Diversity.
As part of the 2019 Toyota Mentorship program, WBEs recently visited the Toyota facility in San Antonio for an up-close look at Toyota's history, manufacturing process, and use of their Just-in-Time supply chain strategy.
If you are looking to do business with our Corporate (Sustaining) Members, the roundtable sessions are the perfect opportunity for you to connect with Supplier Diversity professionals.
Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport has been recognized as the 2019 Airport of the Year by Air Transport World (ATW).
At the core of WBCS’s mission is the connection of women-owned businesses with corporations. In 2018, our Sustaining (Corporate) Members reported over 8.5 billion dollars in spend with WBEs!
Five of our members were recently presented with awards at the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development E-Awards. These awards celebrate the achievements of companies and indivuals who demonstrate operational excellence and real results related to the engagement and use of certified ethnic minority-owned businesses.
With 2.19 billion monthly active users (as of 2018), Facebook is the third-busiest site on the internet. Facebook built an extensive infrastructure to support this already massive and still growing user base. The social network was launched in February 2004, initially out of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s dorm room at Harvard University using a single server.
Earlier this year, Toyota was recognized by WBCS as the top corporation of the year at the Annual Parade of Stars Gala. At the gala, the award was received by Cheryl Hughes, Group Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Toyota Mortor North America Inc. We celebrate Toyota for implementing world-class policies and programs to enable growth and innovation while creating a level playing field for women-owned businesses.