LGBTBE BUSINESS WEBINARS AND VIDEO RESOURCES DURING COVID-19
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This page is dedicated to our network of exceptional, innovative Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® (Certified LGBTBE®) suppliers in the NGLCC network. Here you will find information on business development webinars and trainings; online matchmakers, both B2B and corporate; support with drafting capability statements and RFPs; and much, much more to help our businesses and community stay strong and ready for the year ahead.
Additionally, many NGLCC local affiliate chambers have regional information and economic recovery opportunities available. To find your closest local affiliate, click here.
AMAC Legends & Leapers
AMAC’s newest program, AMAC Legends & Leapers, is a monthly conversation between an aviation industry legend and an emerging leader designed to showcase the commonalities and differences in perspective on the aviation industry.
Million Women Mentors
Leveraging My Certification
When joining any new organization, it can be overwhelming. There will be so many questions that will be asked of you such as why did you get your certification, how do you leverage your certification, who can help me, what events and programs are best for me and my business?
Leveraging your Certification is designed to provide you with step by step directions on how to utilize your certification as well as take advantage of all the opportunities and resources that come with your certification. This is a great platform to ask questions! We are here to support our WBE’s! Join us March 17, 2021 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am (Pacific Time).
Learning the Ins and Outs of Certification
This workshop will walk you step by step through the WBENC (Women Business Enterprise National Council) WBE (Women Business Enterprise) certification.
Join us March 25, 2021 from 11:00am-12:pm (AZ Time) from 11am to 12pm (AZ time), to better understand the mandatory vs. required list of documents that are needed when applying.
Let us explain WBENC standards & Procedures, and see if your company meets the validation of 51 percent owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women.