Women-Owned Business Certification

Written by chicceo Published in
Women-owned businesses have seen significant growth over the past quarter century, and there are no signs of slowing up as women-owned businesses continue to outpace the national average of business growth. With  this influx of business, obtaining women-owned business certifications is becoming increasingly important for companies looking to distinguish themselves and achieve a competitive advantage. Additionally, women-owned businesses can see a jump in sales, as large corporations and government agencies allocate portions of their business dealings specifically for women-owned companies. This prospective business is not easily handed out though, as companies must endure an arduous application and approval process to become certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), or 8(a) Business Development Program participant. The investment involved in becoming certified though is well worth it, as the certifications can be the final consideration in closing a deal on new business. Simply put, women-owned businesses that meet the certification criteria cannot afford to pass up this golden opportunity.

Our friends at Top Floor Legal have prepared a White Paper on the topic. 


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