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Tampa, FL, United States, 2011/02/16 - The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council has certified Bay Area Business Magazine as a woman-owned business, which allows companies with diversity vendor programs to receive an added tax benefit by doing business with BABM.
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) has certified Bay Area Business Magazine as a woman-owned business, which gives the magazine an added advantage with many businesses.
“I’m very excited about the WBENC certification knowing that companies with diversity vendor programs receive an added tax benefit by doing business with BABM. It’s truly a win-win,” said Bevv Beirl, the CEO and Editor in Chief of Bay Area Business Magazine, LLC (BABM).
Beirl founded BABM in October 2006 and it has become the go-to business resource for small and mid-size business owners. BABM’s mission is to educate, support and inspire business owners and emerging entrepreneurs. The bi-monthly publication showcases the experience of local business leaders, providing case studies and useful tips for readers. It delivers its exceptional content through a robust multimedia format, combining print, online, social media, E: and radio. It constantly challenges business leaders to ask themselves, “Is what I’m doing working? If not, what can I be doing differently?” Its expert columnists share their opinions and advice, providing a roadmap for others to follow.
In addition to providing educational content, it also provides business resources including a list of venues and vendors in the Bay area. It’s a useful tool for any business owner planning an event.
Being certified as a woman-owned business allows Bay Area Business Magazine to be registered in multiple places where contractors can learn about it.
About Bay Area Business Magazine
Bay Area Business Magazine, LLC dba BABM Business Group was founded in October 2006 by Bevv Beirl, CEO/Editor in Chief. The first print publication rolled off the presses in April 2007. BABM Business Group (babm.com) has grown from a single business resource print publication to a multimedia and marketing company that strives to build a strong business community through exceptional content delivered through print, online, email, social media and radio.
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), founded in 1997, is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned controlled, and operated by women in the United States. WBENC, a national 501©(3) non-profit, partners with 14 Regional Partner Organizations to provide its national standard of certification to women-owned businesses throughout the country. WBENC is also the nation's leading advocate of women-owned businesses as suppliers to America's corporations.