With the mission to connect corporations and diverse businesses, the two-day conference was packed with educational workshops and panel discussions led by industry leaders, and included an exhibit fair that featured corporate and MBE exhibitors.
The third annual Heart Series Conference gathered an incredible lineup of socially and environmentally conscious companies and individuals, for an important conversation about bettering the world for the good of humanity.
Held on March 1, 2017 LA Clippers Season Ticket Holders’ Club in Staples Center, the NBA All-Star 2018 Los Angeles Supplier Diversity Tip-Off was an invaluable opportunity for local Los Angeles businesses to learn how they can provide goods and services as diverse suppliers at NBA All-Star 2018.
At the first Tuesdaynights event of the year, Kimberly Fowler, Founder of YAS Fitness Center, shared her journey and inspiration behind creating “Yoga for Athletes.”
Held on February 2, 2017 at City Club Los Angeles, the WBEC-West Breakfast Panel Discussion provided WBEs with the wonderful opportunity to learn how they can both adapt to and drive change, as well as leverage leadership skills to overcome challenges.
To highlight the incredible depth and breadth of the LA tech industry and to connect top hiring tech companies with talented Angelenos, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City’s Entrepreneur in Residence Jason Nazar organized and co-hosted TechFair Los Angeles…
The Western New Year’s Day might be over and many of us might have made a list of New Year’s resolution already, but Lunar New Year is just approaching, with a myriad of festive celebrations still ahead of us. As business-savvy entrepreneurs, what better way is there to end the Lunar New Year than to network into the new year?
Held on 11-13 January at The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, the Summit was an inspiring call for a new majority that will ignite the future through inclusion and partnerships.
At The Rescue Train’s second annual Hair of the Dog fundraiser, multiple wine companies and conscious businesses participated to raise funds to rescue dogs and cats.
Tis’ the season for joyous celebration and merry festivity, but also a great time to give back and do good!
Held on November 29, 2016 at the Commissary at Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Fulfillment Fund Holiday Celebration gathered over 100 people from across its Board of Directors, the Scholar Bridge Network staff, and supporters of the organization.
Last week, we had the honor of attending CBS’s Supplier Diversity Networking Event at their Studio Center, its eighth annual event in connecting diverse suppliers with key purchasing decision-makers within the CBS organization…
There is a myriad of reasons why we might be unhappy with our lives, and all of them seem to be originating from longing and discontent: we long to have more time, more money, more love; we are discontent with our jobs, our living situation, our relationships.
Entrepreneurs often face the challenge of making key business decisions by themselves. Due to the small scale of their businesses, many might feel the lack of resources keenly and believe they have to come up with ways to advance their businesses alone.
Held at the stylish Greenhouse at Platform LA on October 27, 2016, the third TEDxOlympicBlvdWomen saw hundreds of professional women gathering as a community for an important conversation about female leadership…
What’s a good way to start the day? How about joining a group of philanthropic women for a power breakfast with Step Up?
On October 15, 2016, the Fulfillment Fund celebrated their 20th annual Destination College event at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Attended by more than 2,000 students and gathering representatives from 79 colleges…
On October 4, 2016, the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council (SCMSDC) hosted its annual Leadership Excellence Awards gala at the prestigious Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Downtown Los Angeles.
Last evening at The Hollywood Athletic Club was memorable and inspirational for many reasons. What makes the Damn Gala by the True Colors Fund so special is the unified effort by all the participants to support the nonprofit’s mission to end homelessness among LGBT youth across America.
Held at the stylish and modern Trunk Club in Los Angeles, Tuesdaynights featured five workshops that focused on inner and outer beauty.
Sponsored by U.S. Bank, the Awards Banquet was a celebration of ABA’s 40 years of success and dedication to creating business opportunities for the Asian American communities in Los Angeles.
Around Fall each year, you can expect to see groups after groups of excited middle and high school students touring college campuses. On October 15, 2016, however, you will see a group of young scholars who are more thrilled than anyone…
To the girls (and guys) “who just wanna have fun,” join Cyndi Lauper and the True Colors Fund at the Damn Gala for an unforgettable evening!
WBEC-West has striven to develop and foster outstanding Women Business Enterprises (WBEs) by creating a network of dedicated and educated women business owners.
On August 31, 2016, Tuesdaynights hosted yet another successful bi-monthly gathering at the Google office in Venice. Sponsored by Google…
We are honored to announce that Integritas Resources, Inc. has been nominated for the first time as the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE)…
“What would you do if you weren’t afraid to fail?” What is your answer this question?