As a certified Women’s Business Enterprise, Prestige Maintenance USA is very active in the diverse supplier community. At PMUSA, supplier diversity is a strategic initiative and a vital part of the community stewardship platform. The company has spent nearly $3 million with more than 20 certified diverse-owned businesses all over the country. This includes businesses owned by minorities, women, and veterans. These companies offer far more than just diversity to Prestige Maintenance USA 's supplier lineup; they bring new perspectives and fresh ideas to the table and are uniquely positioned to
Tonia Tomlin, CEO of Sorted Out hired Tara Hooper, Owner of The Style Signature to do confidence coaching with her team. It was such a joy and privilege to work with The Sorted Out team working to align the brand among each team member, helping give each of the tools to be more effective communicators, and increase their networking confidence.” said Tara Hooper, The Style Signature. "It was very informative, and we also did some brand awareness training and style edit kit as well. That was a different session, and I can not say enough great things about Tara Hooper from The Style Signature.
Tiffany Pratt, Employee Engagement Director, is “looking forward to partnering with CFJ Manufacturing ” on a new promotional products contract. The contract covers all branded and logo merchandise for JPS Health Network , via a custom created portal. Kim Sissen, President of CFJ Manufacturing, is “grateful for the opportunity and excited to be working with a fellow WBCS member.” CFJ Manufacturing is a global organization specializing in branded/promotional products, corporate uniforms, and Employee Total Rewards & Recognition. The company is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.
Jennifer Blakeney, President of Guaranteed Express , is on the WBCS certification committee and was assigned to the site visit for Myra Brown, President of High Value Signs . At Myra's site visit, the two discussed increasing business and the advantages of certification, such as attending all the WBCS events throughout the year, Table Topics, and volunteering for different committees. At that moment, Myra stated, “I don't think I'd ever use a courier,” as she was still building her market and handling most of what she needed by herself or sending an employee. However, within a few short months
When Stinnett & Associates, LLC outgrew its Corporate Headquarters, Upshaw Johnson Company was there throughout the entire process, which included: negotiating favorable insurance requirements and coverage under the new lease, problem-solving challenges during the buildout, and culminating in a successful Grand Opening earlier this year. The new Headquarters incorporates state-of-the-art technology to facilitate collaboration among employees in Stinnett’s six office locations as well as with their large corporate clients. Space planning is optimized for small and large meeting rooms and
In 2015, Kaylynn Jordan, President of ESNET, LLC , reached out to WBCS staff to find a WBE who could provide them commercial insurance. The council recommended President of Upshaw Johnson Company , Katie Johnson and provided Kaylynn with their contact information. Since then, ESNET, LLC has utilized Upshaw Johnson Company for its property and liability insurance needs since 2015. "There are a lot of options available for products and services. Focusing on the WBE network streamlines the process of finding reliable references and resources to find the right connections as well as supporting
One of our WBEs had a great opportunity during Summit and Salute 2018. “We have had the pleasure of printing the WBENC Annual Report for the past three years,” said, Terri Quinton, President & CEO of ADP-LLC . “This year, ADP-LLC had the chance to print program booklets, industry pamphlets, survey forms, at-a-glance maps and other print materials for Summit & Salute . We worked with Amanda Zack, and she was amazing! Join forces. Succeed together.” – Terri Quinton Terri Quinton, President & CEO of ADP-LLC Do you want to be featured in our Blog? Share your own Done Deal today !
One of our WBEs is doing business with the new kid on the block! Jamie Watson of Toyota Financial Services and Lee Ann Packard of Marfield Corporate Stationery first met at the WBCS big 20 th Anniversary bash, hosted at AT&T Stadium back in 2015. Their connection lead to an introduction into procurement. Marfield Corporate Stationery now provides printing services via e-commerce catalog for Toyota Financial Services, Toyota Motor Insurance Company and Lexus Financial Services. We asked Lee Ann her thoughts, “The Marfield team is excited to support Toyota with printing services and friendly,
Stephanie Point, owner of Point 2 Point Global Security met Patti Winstanley, owner of Aztec Promotional Group at a WBENC Summit and Salute event in 2013. Nearly two years later, the two WBEs came together to create a lasting product and impression on one of Point 2 Point’s major clients.