Building your Capability Statement

Apr 19, 2024

Replay now available

Every business needs a Capability Statement. Your Capability Statement can open doors to contracts with corporations and government agencies.

24 small business owners tuned in May 2 to learn more about using your Capability Statement to build relationships with buyers, contracting officers, supplier diversity teams, and decision-makers.

Jaymee Lomax, Vice President of Development & Engagement for WBEC-West, gave a highlyinformative and engaging presentation with you everything you need to know about a capability statement including:

  • Purpose of a capability statement and why you need one;
  • Information to be included; and
  • How to market your products and services through your capability statement.

You can now listen to the replay

Thursday,  May 2
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 Online webinar, free registration

Jaymee Lomax is the Vice President of Development & Engagement for WBEC-West. WBEC-West is a regional partner organization of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).  WBEC-West serves Arizona, Colorado, Southern California, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Hawaii, Guam, and America Samoa.

Jaymee is committed to Supplier Diversity and is immensely proud to be a part of the WBEC-West team. Jaymee is responsible for impacting women – owned business in the community through education, networking, and community development. Enhancing Corporation and WBEs relationships, outreach programs and creating business opportunities for WBEs.

Jaymee has shared her expertise and knowledge with the community by serving on Executive Boards and committees for diverse organizations. Jaymee has been an award-winning corporate diversity professional for over 25 years. Jaymee has been married for 32+ years to Dr. Phillip Lomax.

Jaymee Lomax, WBEC-West

The Women in Business Seminar Series is presented by Maui Economic Development Board (MEDB) in partnership with the Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) and supported by Small Business Administration (SBA) and the County of Maui.

WBEC is one of the official WOSB Certifiers for SBA Women Owned Small Business certifications. Businesses can get certified as being a 51% owned and operated (Minority, Women, Veteran) in order to qualify for special consideration in government and private contracts and to participate in a sponsor company’s Supplier Diversity programs.

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MEDB is a nonprofit corporation established in 1982 with a mission to lead and inspire innovation in business, education, and community. The organization was awarded a nationally competitive SBA Community Navigator Pilot Program grant to build business capacity in underserved and rural communities. The SBA grant is funding this program in part and is enabling MEDB’s work in building shared economic prosperity.

All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.