The Boston Globe Magazine will partner with the Commonwealth Institute to present the institute’s 12th annual Top 100 Women-Led Businesses list.
The Top 100 will be unveiled at a Nov. 1 breakfast at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel and published in the Globe Magazine’s first-ever Women and Power Issue, scheduled for Nov. 3
There are nearly 200,000 women-owned companies in Massachusetts, employing more than 175,000 people.
“Each of the women on our Top 100 list has made a significant impact on the Commonwealth’s economy and has established herself as a visionary leader of a successful company,’’ the Commonwealth Institute’s executive director, Aileen Gorman, said in a statement. “We’re excited to welcome the Globe as a partner for this fantastic event.’’
The institute is focused on helping women-led businesses become and stay successful.
The Top 100 businesses are determined by company revenue as reported through a TCI survey. To submit a survey for your company, visit the Commonwealth Institute website at http://commonwealthinstitute.org, or hereto read the press release and find a survey application. The deadline is Oct. 1.