Aug 30 2011
Atlanta, GA

GWBC Power of Partnering Marketplace "Sustainability:Find Your Capacity to Endure"

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Aug 30 2011
Atlanta, GA

 

Diana Rivenburgh of Strategic Imperatives will be a presenter at the annual Greater Women’s Business Council’s Power of Partnering Marketplace Event in Atlanta on August 30, 2011, participating on a panel with Ben Jordan, Director of Supplier Sustainability, Global Procurement and Trading from The Coca-Cola Company and Kim Ajy, CEO of R2T.  The panel topic is "Sustainability:  Find Your Capacity to Endure." Diana will discuss how Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) can strengthen their businesses by becoming sustainable suppliers to large corporations.

 

Diana Rivenburgh of Strategic Imperatives will be a presenter at the annual Greater Women’s Business Council’s Power of Partnering Marketplace Event in Atlanta on August 30, 2011, participating on a panel with Ben Jordan, Director of Supplier Sustainability, Global Procurement and Trading from The Coca-Cola Company and Kim Ajy, CEO or R2T.  The panel topic is "Sustainability: Find Your Capacity to Endure."  Diana will discuss how Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) can strengthen their businesses by becoming sustainable suppliers to large corporations. 

About the GWBC Power of Partnering Marketplace Event

This two-day annual event includes a golf tournament held at the Country Club of Roswell on August 29th, followed by the conference on August 30th.  Participants can then opt to attend the WNBA Atlanta Dream event at Philips Arena.  The POP Marketplace is an excellent opportunity for corporations to identify certified women business suppliers for key procurement opportunities.

About Women Business Enterprises

Women businesses generate more than $1.1 trillion in sales and WBEs are the fastest growing businesses in the United States.   More than 1,000 corporate members nationwide accept the WBE certification provided by WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprises National Council) through regional providers such as the Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC).  There are more than 10,000 certified WBE’s with average annual revenues of $10 million.  Many corporations require certification before providing access to their supplier diversity programs. 

 Click here to learn how to become a WBENC certified WBE or corporate member.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2011: POP Marketplace

The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart
240 Peachtree Street Northwest #2200
Atlanta, GA 30303-1327

 Public transportation:  Take MARTA to the Peachtree Center Station and exit via the Harris Street. 

 

Strategic Imperatives helps clients to leverage the tremendous power of sustainability to achieve prosperity, drive innovation and develop leaders while creating a better world.  Sustainability is about strategy and leadership and culture. We show clients how to find new strategic opportunities, and turn these strategies into reality by transforming culture, engaging employees and other stakeholders, aligning business models and developing leaders.   Learn how to move from a string of green projects or corporate social responsibility to become a sustainable, profitable, innovative company.