Kittie Watson’s research about Veterans entering the civilian workforce is included in the July issue of the prestigious Harvard Business Review (HBR). The HBR, founded in 1994, is published 6 times yearly with a mission to improve the practice of management in a changing world.  

Kittie’s article, How Your Company Can Better Retain Employees Who Are Veterans, notes 360,000 women and men leave the military each year.

 » Read more about: GWBC Board Member Kittie W. Watson, Ph.D. has been published in Harvard Business Review – How Your Company Can Better Retain Employees Who Are Veterans  »

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 The Greater Women’s Business Council Honors Region’s TOP Corporations
Committed to Advancing Women-Owned Businesses

ATLANTA, Ga. – April 6, 2017 – The Greater Women’s Business Council, Inc. (GWBC), the largest provider of certification and development resources for women business enterprises (WBEs) in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, today announced eight corporations selected as its 2017 TOP Corporations of the Year.

These corporate partners, who have demonstrated a passion for inspiring,

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THE GREATER WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL REELS IN ROBIN FISHER ROFFER OF BIG FISH MARKETING AS KEYNOTE DURING ITS LARGEST BUSINESS CONFERENCE OF THE YEAR
2016 Power of Partnering Marketplace to be hosted on August 24-25 in Atlanta, Georgia

ATLANTA (August 2016)  – The strategic marketing force behind A&E, Animal Planet, Bloomberg and Atlanta’s CNN among others, Robin Fisher Roffer of Big Fish marketing, Inc., joins the Greater Women’s Business Council’s (GWBC) 2016 Power of Partnering (POP) Marketplace as keynote speaker. 

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‘RELATIONSHIPS IN ACTION’ A HIGH NOTE IN THE NAMING OF
THE GREATER WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL’S 2016 TOP CORPORATIONS OF THE YEAR
Unprecedented mix of industries comprise 2016 Honoree List Underscoring Expanded Utilization of Women Business Suppliers  

ATLANTA  – When the Greater Women’s Business Council, Inc. (GWBC), the largest provider of certification and development resources for women business enterprises (WBEs) in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, sought to identify its 2016 TOP Corporation honorees,

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Maier and WBENC Leadership-Biz Star 2016-Small for WebWDS CEO JENNIFER MAIER NAMED A “2016 WOMEN’S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE STAR” BY WOMEN’S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE NATIONAL COUNCIL

GWBC WBE was honored During “Summit & Salute” in Phoenix, AZ

Lake Wylie, SC (March 2016) – Jennifer Maier, CEO and President of WDS Inc., was named as a 2016 Women Business Enterprise Star by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Maier qualified for this recognition through her business certification with the Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC),

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Sustainable Legacies Program Helps Develop Corporate and Nonprofit Leadership Capacity through Volunteerism

CHARLOTTE, NC (February 2016) – Innolect, a woman-owned executive and organization development company, honors Sonoco with its first Sustainable Legacies Award for their philanthropic, volunteer and social responsibility contributions in education, health and wellness, arts and culture and the environment. The award includes a donation to a nonprofit of choice by the winner, of which Sonoco selected the United Way.“We couldn’t have chosen a better company to be the inaugural recipient of our Sustainable Legacies Award,” said Kittie Watson,

 » Read more about: INNOLECT, INC. HONORS PACKAGING GIANT SONOCO AS ITS FIRST SUSTAINABLE LEGACIES AWARD RECIPIENT  »

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