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Step 1 – Gather required documentation
Please visit WBENC's website for a full listing of all mandatory documentation required for certification. If an item doesn't apply to your company, be sure to include a statement to that effect with your application.
Step 2 – Complete the WBENC online application and Sworn Affidavit
Go to WBENCLink, register as a new user, and begin the online application. When you complete the last page of the application, print the summary view and Sworn Affidavit. Be sure to review for accuracy. The majority female owner must sign the Sworn Affidavit and have it notarized.
Step 3 – Submit your package to GWBC®
Mail all required documents and the non-refundable processing fee to GWBC.
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