Read the latest updates from WBENC President & CEO, Pamela Prince-Eason.
Who doesn’t like to be surrounded by positivity? By intentionally thinking on the bright side, we have the ability to change our mood, our interactions, maybe even our entire day. But could positivity also be a business asset?
Check out this month’s curated list of articles, news stories, and perspectives from entrepreneurs we think you might find interesting from around the WBENC network.
The inaugural Women in Technology (WiT) program helps to identify, promote and advance women-owned businesses in an underrepresented industry.
We dug into two reports to analyze the state of women-owned businesses and glean some insights into the patterns of growth, what it means for women-owned businesses of today, and what it means for the next generation of female entrepreneurs.
Future Friday: TOYOTA Encourages WBEs to “Challenge the Impossible” at Two Business Development & Networking Events
Diversity and inclusion are top priorities at TOYOTA. An important way TOYOTA facilitates connections between WBEs and real business opportunities with their company is through hosting two annual networking and business development conferences --- Power of Exchange (POE) and Opportunity Exchange (OE).
Join us during the month of October as we celebrate National Women’s Small Business Month and promote why, where and how to support Women Owned businesses.
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Lauren Cornell is CEO and Co-Founder of NovoThelium, which has invented a nipple graft for nipple replacement after mastectomy or trauma.
How Student Entrepreneur Danya Sherman is Advocating Against Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault, One Napkin at a Time
The first place winner of the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program Pitch Competition, Danya Sherman is Founder and CEO of KnoNap and creator of a cocktail napkin capable of testing for the presence of specific rape-drugs.
How Student Entrepreneur Lisa Guerrera is Taking the Guess Work Out of Understanding Skin Care Ingredients
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Lisa Guerrera is CEO of Skinno, an app that scans complicated skincare ingredients labels and translates them into an easy to understand language.