Events

Is Certification Right for You? and Leveraging Certification Joint Program

Have you been looking for that special something to help you “get in the door” of large corporations? If you are a woman-owned and operated business, that something could be the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification. Although not a guarantee of business, the WBE Certification has been proven to provide a competitive edge in obtaining … Continued

CVS Supplier Diversity Business Building

CVS Health is seeking diverse service providers for the following categories: Landscaping Pest Control Electrical Contractor Housekeeping HVAC Lot Sweeping Plumbing Vendor Uniforms Fire Alarm Vendor Rugs Burglar Alarm Vendor General Contractors Fire Suppression Building Supplies Fire Extinguisher Air Compressor Snow Plowing Baler Repairs Rolling Stock Pallets Program/Services Overhead Doors Dock Equipment Conveyor System Custodial … Continued

For Those Who Served

Black & Veatch, Burns & McDonnell, DST, Kansas City Power and Light, Metropolitan Community College, Sprint, Kiewit, Veterans Business Resource Center and the U.S. Small Business Administration will host an Outreach Business Forum “For Those Who Have Served”. The Kansas City Federal Executive Board (FEB) will be hosting a Small Business Networking Event from 7:30-9:00 … Continued

I’m Certified Now What?

Are you a certified WBE looking to do business with small, medium or large corporations? “I’m Certified, Now What?” is an educational, inspirational, and a must-attend session for newly certified WBEs and WBEs who need a refresher on utilizing their WBE Certification as a marketing tool.  In this workshop, you will learn how to leverage … Continued

I’m Certified Now What

Are you a certified WBE looking to do business with small, medium or large corporations? “I’m Certified, Now What?” is an educational, inspirational, and a must-attend session for newly certified WBEs and WBEs who need a refresher on utilizing their WBE Certification as a marketing tool.  In this workshop, you will learn how to leverage … Continued

Certification 101

Have you been looking for that special something to help you “get in the door” of large corporations? If you are a woman-owned and operated business, that something could be the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification. Although not a guarantee of business, the WBE Certification has been proven to provide a competitive edge in obtaining … Continued

Introduction to WBENC Certification

Have you been looking for that special something to help you “get in the door” of large corporations? If you are a woman-owned and operated business, that something could be the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification. Although not a guarantee of business, the WBE Certification has been proven to provide a competitive edge in obtaining … Continued

I’m Certified Now What?

Are you a certified WBE looking to do business with small, medium or large corporations? “I’m Certified, Now What?” is an educational, inspirational, and a must-attend session for newly certified WBEs and WBEs who need a refresher on utilizing their WBE Certification as a marketing tool.  In this workshop, you will learn how to leverage … Continued

Future Forum Series – Kansas City

Please join the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC) in Kansas City for an afternoon of conversations and connections! The WBDC – Kansas City invites certified Women Business Enterprises (WBEs), women business owners, corporate and government representatives seeking diverse suppliers, and those looking to learn more about the current supplier diversity environment. Whether you’re already WBE … Continued

How Business Reorganizations May Impact Your Certification Status

Have you considered what you need to know prior to selling all or part of your WBE, MBE, DBE, or Veteran-owned certified business? Attorney Michelle Kantor of McDonald & Hopkins LLC will discuss how business reorganization may affect keeping or obtaining corporate and government contracts. THIS WORKSHOP WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING TOPICS: What are the … Continued