FoodMinds is Awarded Certification as a Women-Owned Business by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council
CHICAGO, May 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- FoodMinds has been awarded the National Women's Business Enterprise Certification by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC is one of the nation's leading advocates for women business owners across the country. To achieve WBENC certification, women-owned businesses must complete a formal documentation and site visit process.
"We're proud to be recognized by the WBENC for the role our women partners have had in helping create and manage the company for the past six years," said Susan Pitman, MA, RD, FoodMinds co-founder and partner. "This certification celebrates FoodMinds' ongoing commitment to supporting diversity, and we're excited about the opportunities this designation provides for our teams and client partners moving forward."
FoodMinds was founded in 2006 by three partners and friends – Laura Cubillos, Susan Pitman and Bill Layden. The WBENC certification reflects how the company has been managed since its inception.
FoodMinds is a food and nutrition company that harnesses science, public affairs and communications to help its clients tell a better story that makes a difference. Ranked the #5 independent food and beverage public relations firm in the U.S. by O'Dwyer's, FoodMinds works with a range of food companies, commodities and associations, such as the American Heart Association, Dairy Management Inc., Hass Avocado Board and Kellogg Company. FoodMinds is comprised of more than 60 experts in the U.S. and key regions around the globe. Visit www.foodminds.com to learn more.
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