The Women’s Business Council – Southwest partners with several organizations to bring you the resources that will help your business grow and allow you to connect with and mentor other women-owned businesses. Below are a few of these partners.

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LiftFund DFW Women's Business Center

The LiftFund Women’s Business Center (WBC) offers guidance, resources and support to empower women entrepreneurs to become successful business leaders. Whether you are looking for funding to launch a new business or grow an existing one, the WBC is here to provide you with the knowledge, resources, and support your business needs to be successful.

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program is a public-private partnership to unlock the growth and job-creation potential of small businesses. The program provides entrepreneurs with a practical business and management education, business support services, and access to capital. Program participants represent the broad spectrum of American entrepreneurs, demonstrating the diversity of small businesses across the United States. Additionally, when you list WBCS as the referrer on your application, you are helping to support WBCS. 

TWU Center for Women Entrepreneurs

The Center for Women Entrepreneurs at Texas Woman’s University is committed to helping women in Texas become successful business owners. Whether you are a current business owner or are considering starting a business, we invite you to explore the many ways the Center for Women Entrepreneurs can assist you in achieving success. Together, we can accomplish great things.

WBENC Programs

To fuel success for women-owned businesses, WBENC offers multiple programs and opportunities designed to support business development and growth, from pitch competitions to executive education programs.

Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs)

PTACs offer workshops and seminars to teach you what you need to know and connect you with other small businesses. With over 300 locations across the country, they are funded through cooperative agreements between the US Department of Defense (DoD) and state/local non-profit entities. At your local PTAC, you can also receive one-on-one counseling tailored to fit the specific needs of your business.

Women Impacting Public Policy

WIPP is a national nonpartisan organization advocating on behalf of women entrepreneurs—strengthening their impact on our nation’s public policy, creating economic opportunities, and forging alliances with other business organizations.