WWIC

AcronymDefinition
WWICWired/Wireless Internet Communications (conference)
WWICWoodrow Wilson International Center
WWICWithout Walls International Church (Tampa, FL)
WWICWorld without Imperialism Contingent (politics)
WWICWestern Wireless International Corporation (Bellevue, WA)
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The total compensation solution, in turn, has allowed the WWIC team to credit billions of data points across all sellers at unprecedented levels of scale and speed, providing Microsoft employees with immediate benefit and insight into their compensation and performance-based incentives data.
Hospital Innovations has worked with WWIC on a number of projects, including developing patient monitoring.
As well as working with WWIC on a consultancy basis, the company also acts as a facilitator for the centre procuring drugs and equipment.
Altogether, WWIC has invested in 12 different entrepreneurial ventures, including a sports management company, an arts studio and an arts show, which has become an annual event.
Not every marketing proposal and business plan that WWIC comes across is financed.
"We have become more aggressive through the years," says Eloise Foster, WWIC's vice president.
With an average age of between 35 and 40, WWIC members are aggressive about taking risks.
Over the last several years, WWIC has become a resource for other women's networks looking to develop similar investment strategies.
In addition, many clubs, such as the Washington Women's Investment Club (WWIC), know that diversifying helps to balance a low-risk tolerance with a desire for maximum returns.
All together, the WWIC has 25% of its $150,000 portfolio in mutual funds and another 65% in stocks.
The Washington Women's Investment Club (WWIC) is a group of 21 black women that was formed in 1987 in D.C.
WWIC has devoted a lot of attention to entrepreneurial ventures.