Georgia’s top corporations and government agencies will strike up business with WBEs at the Greater Women’s Business Council annual POP Marketplace Event. Confirmed companies attending include: Accenture, BMW, Delta Air Lines, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia Power, GE Energy, Spherion, TBS, The Clorox Company and UPS. - August 30, 2011
On August 30 corporate supply chain managers can make the move to gain supply management's most prestigious designation as a Certified Professional in Supply Management® at GWBC’s POP Marketplace. The training is one of three learning labs that will be provided at the event.
CPSM launched... - August 29, 2011
If you are a women business owner who has innovative ideas on how to partner with corporations, come to GWBC’s Power of Partnering Marketplace on Aug. 30. There will be a panel discussion on sustainability and how corporations are making it a part of their procurement process. The event will be... - August 26, 2011
Certified women business owners will have the opportunity to meet with the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council President, Pamela Prince-Eason, on Aug. 30 at GWBC’s Power of Partnering (POP) Marketplace. The event will be at the Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart. A special... - August 20, 2011
Atlanta GWBC® will kick off its annual POP Marketplace featuring Atlanta Dream’s Color Analyst, LaChina Robinson and Atlanta’s former first lady, Valerie Jackson as its emcees. Robinson is the mistress of ceremonies for the POP Opening Plenary Session and Jackson is the presenter for the POP Marketplace Luncheon. - August 10, 2011
The Greater Women’s Business Council, along with women business owners, got their hands dirty for a great cause on Saturday, June 18 to support the 20th anniversary of the Lowe’s Women Build Habitat for Humanity Charlotte.
Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build brings together women from... - July 29, 2011
Women Business Enterprises will have an opportunity to expand their business network and learn smart business practices from two industry leading executives, Lynn Tilton, CEO of Patriarch Partners and Kathy Betty, Owner of the Atlanta Dream at GWBC’s Annual Power of Partnering Marketplace. The... - July 27, 2011
Women Business Enterprises joined forces with United Way at the Greater Women’s Business Council Tables of 8-Greater Giving held at Newell Rubbermaid’s global headquarters on April 27. The networking event allowed WBEs to share experiences, best practices and business skills to help each... - May 08, 2011
CEO Monique Honaman of ISHR Group has been selected as GWBC’s 2011 Business Star. This is the nation’s premier award for excellence among women’s business enterprises. Honaman is one of fourteen women business leaders who received this award at the Women's Business Enterprise National... - April 02, 2011
Thanks to the U.S. Small Business Administration, women business owners have a lot of opportunities to contract with the government starting in 2011. “There are potentially billions of dollars waiting for women in the federal government,” said Ana Harvey, the assistant administrator for the... - March 31, 2011
The Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC) is continuing its 10 year anniversary celebration by honoring Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) and major corporations at the Ladies Achieving Continuous Excellence (LACE) Awards Ball on Friday, November 5 at the JW Marriott Hotel in Atlanta, GA.
The... - October 24, 2010
Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments, will be the keynote speaker at the Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC) 7th annual Power of Partnering (POP) Marketplace on Aug. 31 at noon. GWBC’s Power of Partnering (POP) Marketplace is a two-day event that brings corporations, government and Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) together to meet and discuss procurement opportunities that help propel women owned businesses to the next level. - August 19, 2010
The Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC) held its first annual Top Ten Corporations Awards Luncheon at the Atlanta Athletic Club on May 25. Ten corporations were recognized for uniting supplier diversity and women business enterprises into their supply chain and business units. - May 30, 2010