The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is proud to announce the launch of the 2018 Student Entrepreneur Program (SEP). Now in its 10th year, SEP begins with the recruitment of the best and brightest of female entrepreneurship and culminates with an invigorating Pitch Competition for seed capital.
Want to know how to do business with our top corporate members, but don’t know where to start? Find out inside info through our “How to Do Business With” paks in the WBENC Insights knowledge library!
Leslie Saunders has more than thirty years of experience developing innovative insurance products, employee benefits and training services for travel industry organizations, car rental companies and airport concessionaires.
This week for our Monday Motivation, Lindsey All, Senior Manager of Marketing, Programs and Business Development here at WBENC, shares her story and practical tips on how she changed the way she incorporates technology into her day.
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.
Introducing the Graduating Class of the Inaugural Tuck-WBENC Strategic Growth Program presented by IBM
Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) and several accompanying WBE executive officers from across the country convened in Palisades, NY to participate in a 6-day course led by the top professors from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Meet Ashley Jackson, Staff Accountant at WBENC.
Brenda Loube, President and Co-Founder of Corporate Fitness Works, describes her certification journey with WBENC.
Guest post from Stacey Taylor at MGM Resorts International on Interactive Technology, WBEs and the Next “Big Idea”
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Women Owned is highlighting 2 WBEs and survivors who created companies dedicated to the comfort of those recovering from breast cancer.