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Category: Supplier Diversity

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is happy and excited to welcome TPS Promotions & Incentives as our newest Corporate Member. TPS Promotions & Incentives is an international award-winning supplier of premiums, incentives, promotional products and related on-line custom business solutions. The company works with tier-1 progressive, brand-oriented companies across CPG, Automotive, Retail, Professional & Financial Services, Non-Profit, Media… Read More

At its 11th Annual Conference in November 2020, Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) launched its pilot Government Membership Program designed to encourage Canada’s public institutions to formally adopt supplier diversity as a way forward to grow the Canadian economy. Canada’s public organizations have long recognized that diversity and inclusion drive growth and innovation and that entrepreneurship is key… Read More


For Immediate Release | Toronto WBE Canada is excited to share a brand new report created in collaboration with Clear Concept Inc., one of our Certified WBE companies. Driving Innovation Within a Diverse Supply Chain outlines the countless innovative examples of committed individuals across the WBE community who are making a profound impact in advancing women-owned enterprises through supplier diversity.… Read More

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is excited to announce that Flextrack has joined us as our newest corporate member. With locations across North America, Flextrack is a leader in the managed service provider (MSP) and vendor management system (VMS) space. Flextrack makes a material impact on client strategy by enabling a total talent ecosystem that combines industry-specific practitioner… Read More

Women-owned businesses in Canada are growing at a rapid pace and are becoming increasingly prominent, with a 30% increase in women-owned businesses in the last ten years¹, and statistics clearly show the huge impact that they have on Canada’s economy. However, time and again, the question arises ‘Why is it important to support Canadian women-owned businesses?’ Good for the economy… Read More

WBE Canada Magazine launch

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is thrilled to announce the launch of WBE Canada Magazine… a free quarterly publication designed to empower Canadian women entrepreneurs and inspire Canada’s corporate and government organizations in their supplier diversity initiatives. This is a magazine for every women-owned business, every entrepreneur, every organization and partner who believes in the crucial role diversity,… Read More

Women Business Enterprises Canada Council (WBE Canada) is pleased to welcome Traductions Serge Bélair Inc. (TRSB) to the WBE Canada family as our newest Corporate Member. TRSB is one of North America’s leading translation providers, with the reliability of a pioneer, the audacity of a groundbreaker. TRSB is a business opportunity amplifier, driven by a passion to bring its customers’… Read More

Women Business Enterprises Canada council (WBE Canada) is thrilled to announce that Scotiabank has joined its community as its newest corporate member. Ranking the third largest of Canada’s Top five banking institutions, Scotiabank brings incredible opportunities both within its domestic and multinational operations to Canada’s women-owned business community. As a leading bank in the Americas and guided by their purpose:… Read More


Accenture believes that inclusive procurement practices create long term value for its clients and communities while helping them to remain agile, disruptive and ahead of the market. At the same time these same practices help suppliers grow their representation and influence in their own markets. As a founding member of WBE Canada, Accenture’s goal is to create more sustainable supply… Read More

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