Pitney Bowes Recognized as an All-Time Top Corporation for Continued Support of Women-Owned Businesses by WBENC

2024 WBENCE Conference
2024 WBENCE Conference at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center, just outside of Denver, CO

Pitney Bowes is proud to be recognized once again by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

At the 2024 National Conference earlier this year, WBENC recognized all of the WBENC Top Corporations since the inception of the program in 1999 at a special All-Time Top Corporations brunch.

According to WBENC, throughout the 25 years of the program, these All-Time Top Corporations, including Pitney Bowes, have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the inclusion of women-owned businesses in their supply chains and successfully implemented world-class diversity and inclusion programs that enabled growth and innovation, while breaking down barriers for women entrepreneurs.

“Pitney Bowes has a long history of prioritizing supplier diversity and it’s committed to growing our business using diverse suppliers,” said Wendy Moreno, Sr. Manager of Supplier Diversity Global Enterprise Procurement. “We believe diverse businesses enhance our global supply base, providing innovative strategies and solutions while meeting or exceeding expectations in the areas of cost, quality and delivery.”

2024 WBENCE Conference

“WBENC is proud to recognize the WBENC All-Time Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises, including Pitney Bowes, who have been a part of setting the standard for creating opportunities and access for women entrepreneurs. WBENC-Certified WBEs are in turn able to empower communities through economic growth and job creation,” said Pamela Prince-Eason, President & CEO, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

The list of Top Corporations is designed to recognize WBENC National Corporate and Government Members that demonstrate leadership, continuous development and improvement in corporate supplier diversity programs and supply chains.

About Pitney Bowes Supplier Diversity Program

At Pitney Bowes, we work to encourage opportunities for businesses to be considered as potential suppliers, with a specific focus on:

  • Minority (including African American, Hispanic American, Asian American/ Asian Sub-Continent, Native American, Alaska Native)
  • Women-Owned Small/Large Business
  • Veterans, Service-Disabled Veterans
  • Small Businesses
  • Small Businesses located in and certified as Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+)
  • Economically Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB)
  • Americans with Disabilities

We participate in a variety of supplier development events throughout the year, and regularly connect with potential suppliers through matchmaker events. For the past few years, we have been actively involved in the financial development of women’s business enterprises through the WeTHRIVE program hosted by WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council) and most recently in April we provided a Fundamentals of Funding Your Business session to the WBENC Women of Color Legacy and Unidas Community Resource Groups.

To learn more about Pitney Bowes diversity and inclusion programs
visit: https://www.pitneybowes.com/us/our-company/esg.html.