The 2023 WBE’s Top Companies in America Awards honor companies that have demonstrated an ongoing and growing commitment to creating business opportunities for women-owned businesses within their supply chains. WBENC congratulates the 2023 winners for successfully implementing diversity and inclusion programs that enable women’s business enterprises to grow and innovate.
“The 2023 WBENC America’s Top Corporation for Women’s Business Enterprises is an important achievement for WBE to drive new revenue streams, identify opportunities for innovation and growth, and contribute to important environmental and social governance (ESG) goals and initiatives. I am aware that it is,” he said. Pamela Prince-Eason, President and CEO of WBENC. “We are proud to recognize these top impactful companies as we work together in our mutual commitment to fostering the growth and development of women-owned businesses.”
2023 WBENC America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises (by industry cluster):
of Agriculture, Consumer Goods, Food & Beverage, Retail The industry will provide WBE with outreach and utilize several demographics in its efforts to educate about the industry, as well as provide women-owned businesses with innovative products and a means to connect with the right buyers. To do.
The Coca-Cola Company
Macy’s Co., Ltd.
Procter & Gamble Company (P&G)
Walmart Co., Ltd.
in the Automotive, Transportation, Logistics With a robust Tier 2 program, these leaders invest in WBE by going deep into the supply chain and mentoring suppliers.
ford motor company
Nissan Americas Group
of Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare As part of the innovation-focused WBENC, industry leaders will provide WBE with critical industry insights and emerging innovation trends for doing business in this industry.
Bristol myers squibb
Johnson & Johnson
Visitant Co., Ltd.
in the Chemistry, Energy, Utilities These companies have invested in advanced education and mentored by industry executives to influence the next generation of women-owned businesses and ensure the sustainability of future supply and their business models. .
bp America, Inc.
Entergy Services, LLC
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
shell united states of america,Ltd
Southern California Edison
top company Professional Services, Financial Services, Insurance, Real Estate and Facilities Management Industry has implemented major programs to address the barriers faced by women-owned businesses. In addition, there is external investment in programs that support women-owned businesses, particularly education on financial health and access to capital.
allstate insurance company
american family insurance
bank of america
Fifth Third Bank
Robert Half International
of technology, aerospace and defense The industry is making influential investments in professional development programs for WBEs, including those focused on digital transformation.
Comcast NBC Universal
T-mobile united states of america,Ltd
of Travel & Hospitality, Arts, Entertainment & Recreation The industry is making an impact with a category-strategic approach to supplier diversity that focuses on specific needs in the supply chain and exploits women-owned business opportunities.
MGM Resorts International
walt disney company
Top companies will be honored at the 2023 WBENC National Conference, the largest event of its kind focused on women-owned businesses. Bringing together over 4,000 entrepreneurs and business executives March 20-23, 2023of Nashville, Tennessee.
For more information on WBENC America’s Top Corporations for WBEs, please visit https://www.wbenc.org/about-wbenc/awards/top-corporations-for-womens-business-enterprises/.
2023 WBENC National Conference details: https://www.wbenc.org/conference/
WBENC is the largest third-party certification body for women-owned, controlled and operated businesses. usaWBENC partners with 14 Regional Partner Organizations (RPOs) to provide world-class certification standards for women-owned businesses across the country. WBENC is also the nation’s leading advocate for women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs, with over 540 corporate members. Throughout the year, WBENC provides professional development, business development, and outreach opportunities to more than 18,000 of her WBENC-accredited women-owned businesses, corporate and government members, and her WBENC network nationwide. For more information, please visit www.wbenc.org.
SOURCE National Council of Women’s Business Enterprises