Women gain place at table: Increase in WBE firms seen at airport

At $1.66 billion, the 1.2-millionsquare-foot midfield terminal project, scheduled to open in late 2008, is more than the future gateway to the city. It is a gateway of opportunity for many local women-owned business enterprises (WBEs). The Indianapolis Airport Authority's commitment to increasing participation of women-owned businesses is more than lip service. "Over half of the users of our airport are women," said Lacy M. Johnson, president of the IAA board of directors and champion for women-owned and minority businesses....

 

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