“We pursued certification,”
By including women-owned businesses among their vendors, corporations and government agencies demonstrate their commitment to fostering diversity and the continued development of their supplier/vendor diversity programs.
“Being certified gives us another way to partner with businesses that share our commitment to having an impact on global issues. We know that when you empower women, you empower communities and generate more economic opportunity for all. The United Nations speaks eloquently about the contribution women’s businesses make to social justice.
“Empowering women to contribute fully to their communities is a long-standing commitment for us. For example, we sponsored vocational training in Tanzania a few years back, and last year brought the “Miss Representation”
WBENC’s national standard of certification, implemented by the Greater Women’s Business Council, is a meticulous process including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection. The certification process is designed to confirm the business is at least 51% owned, operated and
controlled by a woman or women.
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The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council is the nation’s largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. WBENC is a resource for the more than 700 U.S. companies and government agencies that rely on WBENC’s certification as an integral part of their supplier diversity programs.