Our very own ATD Greater Las Vegas Chapter President Sue Beyer was recently featured on the cover of Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine!
Sue was recognized as part of the "WBEs Who Rock!" contest, which honors Women Business Entrepreneurs (WBEs) who have excelled both in business as well as their communities.
From the article:
In 2016, corporations spent about $359.3 billion on corporate training initiatives worldwide, with an average of 39 percent of the money going to external (outsourced) suppliers, training industry estimates say. Sue Beyer and Gloria Carter-Hicks are part of that group of external suppliers providing performance improvement and professional development services to corporations.
For two years, Beyer served as the Women's Business Enterprise Council-West Regional Nevada Forum Chair. Currently, she is president of the Las Vegas Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the largest professional membership organization dedicated to people who develop talent in organizations. In her role, she oversees a board of six and 80 members; this year, she is focused on growing the membership to 100.
Read the full article on www.SueBeyer.com.
Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine is published bi-monthly by Enterprise Publishing Inc. and serves as a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority and women business enterprise development.
MBE magazine examines affirmative action and procurement programs in the public and private sectors, and provides in-depth coverage of crucial issues affecting the growth and survival of minority- and woman-owned businesses. Each issue also features the success story of a prominent minority or female entrepreneur whose life and accomplishments may serve as a role model for others.