This week on Trusted Counsel’s podcast show “In Process: Conversations about Business in the 21st Century,” Managing Partner, Evelyn Ashley moderated a panel discussion (which was audio recorded on site) on learning about the process and benefits about certifying a woman owned business. Trusted Counsel, a corporate and intellectual property law firm is a certified woman owned business. The panelists were; Roz Lewis, President and CEO of the Greater Women’s Business Network®(GWBC®) the Southern Region’s certifying organization for the Women’s Business Enterprise Counsel (WBEC) and Deb Mackins who serves on the GWBC® and is Georgia Power’s representative to GWBC® from their Supplier Diversity and Development Department. Deb provides her insight from the perspective of a company that utilizes certified women owned businesses for services.
This panel discussion was open to the public in Atlanta and registration was required. The event was sponsored by Trusted Counsel and Aprio in Atlanta, GA. The event was organized by Launchpad2X, an intensive boot camp and master class program that focuses on what women entrepreneurs need to break through confidence barriers, achieve goals, and manage growth.
About Trusted Counsel: Trusted Counsel provides seasoned, practical and confidential legal services for businesses. We are a corporate and intellectual property law firm dedicated to serving the unique needs of companies, investors and legal departments. Our focus is to guide and empower you with exceptional legal counsel, knowledge and tools that lead to practical, informed business decisions.
About Aprio: Since 1952, clients throughout the U.S. and across more than 40 countries have trusted Aprio for guidance on how to achieve what’s next. As a premier, CPA-led professional services firm, Aprio delivers advisory, assurance, tax and private client services to build value, drive growth, manage risk and protect wealth. With proven expertise and genuine care, Aprio serves individuals and businesses, from promising startups to market leaders alike.
During the course of the podcast, entrepreneurs, women business owners and C-level executive will learn:
To learn more about The Greater Women’s Business Council and their certification process, programs and resources, visit their website at www.gwbc.biz
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