You’ve seen it in stores while shopping, but if you are a certified WBE with a product or service you may not be utilizing it correctly: The Women Owned Logo. Learn more about where to find it and most importantly; how to use it.
For some Women Business Enterprises, corporations can seem to be larger than life entities, especially when trying to obtain a contract. So, in a WBEC Pacific blog FIRST, we got the chance to sit down with Julia Arnold, Supplier Diversity Program Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE); in an attempt to close the gap between WBE and Corporation.
Ironman. Single Parent. Alaskan. Entrepreneur. All of these words describe A-Town Coffee Roaster CEO and President Micheal Tuttle. After years of putting Ghee butter in her daily cup-of-joe due to its energizing effects, Micheal decided to bring Ghee roasted coffee to the public, and in turn brought a bit of her strong and powerful energy into the mugs of many.
It’s the same story every year. After a much-deserved holiday break, we return to the office, list of goals for the New Year in hand. We say to ourselves, full of energy and determination, “this is the year I stick to this list!” That spirit of determination that comes at the beginning of the year is a great one. So why is it we always find ourselves midway through the year asking where that energy has gone?