Penn Emblem Accepts National Women’s Business Enterprise Council Certification

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In-depth review, site inspection part of extensive process

TREVOSE, Pa. — Penn Emblem, which provides emblematic decoration for companies and organizations, accepted its National Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBENC) Certification for 2019 in October, the company reports.  

President and owner, Randi Blumenthal-Joseph, has been the president of Penn Emblem since 2010 and continues to inspire the women at Penn Emblem every day, according to the company. 

WBENC fosters women-owned businesses, believing that supplier diversity promotes innovation and fuels economic growth globally. WBENC’s national standard of certification is an extensive process that includes an in-depth review of the business and site inspection. With diversity comes innovation, bringing together leaders from all backgrounds. 

As a company that stays at the forefront of its industry, encouraging women to take leadership roles within has been a top priority, Penn Emblem says. 

October was National Women’s Small Business Month, celebrating the accomplishments of women in business and encouraging others to buy “Women Owned.”

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