About WBEA

 


  

To preserve public health and safety, we remain here to serve you remotely while the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance office is temporarily closed to the public.

 

 


 

WBEA EDGE is Seeking Facilitators

 

 Are you a thought leader or knowledgeable in some aspect of business development? Have you been waiting for your opportunity to inspire and empower women business owners? WBEA is seeking facilitators to share their expertise and assist women business owners with strengthening their business model.

 

Learn More and Apply Here

 


 

As an affiliate of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the WBEA serves as a third-party certifying organization for women-owned business enterprises (WBEs) in south Texas. Businesses that are at least 51% owned by a woman and meet specific criteria as outlined by WBENC standards and procedures are eligible for this certification -- a designation that is not only recognized but required by most major corporations and governmental agencies as a purchasing criterion.

 

With over 750 certified WBEs, representing 9 billion in revenue and over 40,000 jobs created the WBEA organization has grown rapidly since its inception and has become one of the nation's leading certifiers of women-owned businesses by way of its network of corporate sponsors, supplier diversity programs and dedicated WBE’s.

 

Headquartered in Houston, the Women's Business Enterprise Alliance serves over 94 counties in Texas with scholarship and mentoring programs, networking activities, and educational opportunities designed to spark growth and new business opportunities for members and their companies. Whether you are a governmental agency, corporation or women-owned business of any size, the WBEA can help you diversify your business.

 

The WBEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate or give preferential consideration because of sex, race, color, creed, religion, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, or national origin, compliant of decimation or any other legally protected status in the employment of qualified persons. It is the policy of the WBEA and all programs housed within WBEA to conform to both the letter and the spirit of Federal and Texas State Civil Rights Laws. It is our policy to select the best qualified person(s) to fill available position(s) and to ensure access to all for program services.

 

 

 

 

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