Join us September 1 for another Women in Business Seminar Series presentation with guest speaker, DeLynne Ano, Founder and CEO of Playbook Makers. DeLynne will share her experience and perspective as both an executive with Fortune 100 companies as well as now running her own small business.
Presented by Maui Economic Development Board — with support of the SBA Community Navigator Pilot Program, County of Maui and Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) — the online webinar will inform you about Vendor Diversity Programs for women/minority owned small businesses (WOSB/MOSB) and how they can help your business thrive.
Join us to learn:
- The types of business corporations look to work with through their vendor diversity programs
- How to stand out to these corporations
- The value of being part of the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) community to support you managing your business
DeLynne Ano | Founder, CEO Playbook Makers
DeLynne Ano spent over 25 years as an executive with Fortune 100 companies where her Sourcing and Procurement background resulted in more than $12 billion of contract dollars.
After starting her business in 2010, she has facilitated revenue growth of her clients to more than $24 million and grown her own environmental remediation company into a multimillion-dollar business.
Today, Ms. Ano has channeled her knowledge, experience and passion into Playbook Makers, a suite of products that automate business processes and workflows, leveling the playing field and providing the tools needed for small businesses to play BIG!
Ms. Ano designed and implemented Small and Diverse Business and Sustainability Programs for Nestle USA and The Walt Disney Company, serving as Chairman of the Board of numerous business advocacy organizations, including the Southern California Minority Business Development Council, Women’s Business Council-West and the Los Angeles Minority Business Opportunity Center. Today, DeLynne is the WBEC-West Orange County Forum Sr. Vice Chair.
MEDB is a nonprofit corporation established in 1982 with a mission to lead and inspire innovation in business, education, and community. The organization was recently 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.
Funded (in part) through a grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.