Get to know Student Entrepreneur Program finalist Neha Husein, founder of Just Drive.
Last month, we attended the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) Women in Small Business Roundtable in Austin, Texas. This event, as part of their Women in Small Business Roundtable series was focused on access to capital and funding and the challenges and opportunities for women entrepreneurs in the space.
This summer, we asked attendees at the 2019 National Conference & Business Fair and readers of Women Owned Wednesday, our email newsletter, to share their favorite books of the summer. Here are their recommendations.
Check out this month’s curated list of articles, news stories, and perspectives from entrepreneurs we think you might find interesting from around the WBENC network.
Toyota is inviting WBENC-Certified WBEs to submit an essay explaining how you “Redefine What’s Possible” to be considered for its first ever Pitch Competition.
On Monday, June 25, the day before the 2019 WBENC National Conference & Business Fair, WBENC galvanized the support of Corporate Members and Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) to deliver a high-quality one-day workshop for students in Baltimore.
With a bright purple blazer and a goal to spread happiness, Kathleen Wood, co-founder of Suzy’s Swirl, hit the stage at the 2019 WBENC National Conference & Business Fair in Baltimore, Maryland ready to deliver her best business pitch. And deliver she did.
Last month, three members of our team attended the Girlboss Rally in Los Angeles. This conference was aimed at helping small women-owned businesses and female entrepreneurs network and share ideas.
Last month, thousands of women business owners and those who support them gathered in Baltimore, Maryland to connect, grow and thrive — within the WBENC ecosystem and beyond.