Module 2 WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS CERTIFICATIONS COACHING & TRAINING
Women-Owned businesses are gaining attention for joint venture and partnering opportunities and NOW is the time RISE UP and take your business to the NEXT LEVEL. Whether you are a new business owner or been in business for awhile, this step-by-step roadmap on the WBE and WOSB Certification outlines how and where to certify your woman-owned business accurately with the support, coaching and mentoring necessary to help you be successful. Leveling the playing field for Women-Owned firms was initiated to get more women in the business industry competitively active in growing their business with opportunities they lacked in past years.
The WBE Certification opens doors for corporate clients and the WOSB Certifications opens up the opportunity for thousands of federal government contracts in every industry. If the small business is operated and 51% owned by a woman, certification is the fastest and most effective way to accelerate your business growth. You will learn from Coach Tawanna, a woman who won her first $1.2 million contract (total 3 year value was 2.8 million) as a certified business in the first four months of a NEW business. Enroll today & take your business to the next level.
The Certification process is a verification of statements that one is a minority, woman or veteran who owns and manages a firm. This verification is established through a thorough examination of various documents, on-site visits and interviews. The documents required depend on the type of organization that the firm has adopted – sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation and we cover this entire process in this program and much more.
It is important to keep in mind that the Women-Owned businesses form a significant portion of the U.S. economy. In 2012, 8.0 million minorities owned businesses contributed $1.38 trillion in revenue and 7.2 million jobs to the economy.
This means that the U.S. minority population has grown rapidly. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 37% of the U.S. population identifies as part of at least one minority class. While the National Association of Women Business Owners or NAWBO tells us that more than 11.3 million firms are owned by women, employing nearly nine million people, and generating $1.7 trillion in sales receipts as of 2017. For minorities and women, there is money on the table to make and you will learn how to win your slice of the pie in this module.
This will be an eye-opening training module that will support and guide you to success! Get READY!!
Our “Get Certified” module is also jammed packed with seminar lectures, archived coaching calls on a variety of necessary topics and illustrations to walk you through this vigorous and tedious process and with the guidance of Coach Tawanna you can’t loose. Good Luck & Congratulations!!
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