WOMEN’S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE COUNCIL SOUTH
SERVING ALABAMA, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE & THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE
Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) South is a regional partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the largest certifier of women-owned businesses (WBE’s) in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs. We accomplish this through focusing on our CORE platform:
HURRICANE MICHAEL RELIEF & RECOVERY
On October 10, 2018 Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 hurricane slammed into the Florida Panhandle and the surrounding region with powerful winds up to 155 mph, record amounts of rain and storm surge of up to 13 feet in some areas -cementing it’s place in history as one of the most powerful storms to hit the region since recording began. As the winds die down and the waters recede, the real work begins. Through our WBECares initiative, WBEC South will be providing recovery assistance to the members of our community impacted by this disaster.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
FACEBOOK CRISIS RESPONSE
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
SBA DISASTER ASSISTANCE
GOOGLE CRISIS RESPONSE
ST. BERNARD PROJECT
BREWSTER PROCUREMENT GROUP
WBEC South is excited to announce our 2018 Women’s Business Enterprise Star, Janet Brewster, CEO/Managing Principal of Brewster Procurement Group. WBENC’s Women’s Business Enterprise Stars illustrate the ability to build successful businesses. Their strategic vision, business acumen and sheer talent combine to meet their corporate clients’ complex needs and propel our economy forward. These business women inspire their employees, peers and clients with their tireless dedication to excellence in every facet of their lives. [Read More]
Announcing WBEC South’s New Director of Marketing
Press Release| By WBEC South | June 1, 2018
Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) South is proud to announce and welcome Tara Allegra Adams as the organization’s Director of Marketing and Social Innovation. Ms. Adams will be responsible for the day-to-day marketing efforts for WBEC South, in addition to, developing and deploying innovative initiatives and programming to support the continued advancement of women owned and operated businesses in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and the Florida Panhandle.
Women-Owned Businesses Get Energized By Business Opportunities at Birmingham Conference
Alabama News Center | By Michael Tomberlin |
Female-owned business learned what it takes to do business with energy companies like Alabama Power at the Women’s Business Enterprise Council South’s Second Annual Power Industry Summit in Birmingham.