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WBENC Certified Woman-Owned Business | 11outof11

Big news! 11outof11 is newly-certified as a woman-owned business with WBENC, the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. This honor is given to America’s thriving businesses that are fueled by the energy and talent of successful women.

WBENC women-owned certification means 11outof11 joins a powerful network of more than 13,000 U.S. companies that are growing steadily, building stellar reputations, and achieving noteworthy success. The designation applies to small-to-midsize businesses and large corporations with solid histories of strong female leadership.

Since 1997, WBENC has been the nation’s leader in women’s business leadership certifications and is widely recognized for its women-first approach to helping businesses thrive. You’ll likely recognize the names of some of WBENC’s biggest national corporate members, like Airbnb, Apple, Bayer, DuPont, GE, Harley-Davidson, L’Oreal, Merck, PepsiCo, and Target. 

WBENC has 14 national Regional Partner Organizations (RPOs) that represent a diverse cross-section of prestigious brands and organizations. This creates a network of thousands of marketing and business leaders who are open to knowledge-sharing with WBENC members like 11outof11.

“We’ve brought together a team of the best and brightest here at 11outof11,” said Angela Pointon, 11outof11’s president. “I’m delighted that we’re recognized as a certified women-owned business and look forward to maximizing our WBENC certification to benefit our clients.”

The team at 11outof11 will make great use of WBENC’s local and national member events, workshops, and marketing network. WBENC certification fits right in with 11outof11’s Things We Live By: measuring results, paying attention to the details, asking good questions, being fantastic about response times, being process-oriented, being humble, delivering legendary service, and celebrating success!

Topics: Marketing, Market Your Small Business, women-owned business, WBENC