Author : 1628 Ltd.
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1628 Ltd. is proud to be a certified Women Owned and WBENC organization. The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs. WBENC believes diversity promotes innovation, opens doors, and creates partnerships that fuel the economy. That’s why they provide the most relied upon certification standard for women-owned businesses and the tools to help them succeed. Their mission is to fuel economic growth globally by identifying, certifying, and facilitating the development of women-owned businesses.
Our WBENC certification means that we have gone through a rigorous and stringent certification process to confirm 1628 Ltd. is owned, managed, and controlled by a woman or women. We use our certification credentials to gain access to WBENC Corporate Members, as well as a number of federal, state, and local government agencies. In addition, our WBENC certification gives us access to over 10,000 other WBENC certified businesses in order to purchase products or services and partner on joint venture opportunities.
You can learn more about WBENC and the certification process here.
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