Help us support our community and regional partners - check out these upcoming events for women business owners and entrepreneurs within the WBCS Region.

Building A Greater Dallas Through Inclusive Entrepreneurial Growth
What: Join the BUILD Collaborative for an interactive discussion on building a stronger Dallas small business ecosystem. In this session, explore alternative funding models that address the personal wealth and opportunity gaps in our region with a panel of local subject matter experts. 
When: April 8th | 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Where: Online

Meet The Buyers
What: Learn about upcoming contract opportunities and insights on how to do business with Dallas I.S.D., Parkland Health & Hospital System, and the City of Dallas. 
When: April 8th | 11:30 a.m.
Where: Online

NTTA's Second Wednesday Business Chat
What: Interested in doing Business with NTTA? This session will inform you about NTTA procurement opportunities, including maintenance, project delivery, information technology and purchasing. Learn how to do business with NTTA and meet NTTA stakeholders. 
When: April 14th | 10:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Where: Online

Opening Doors presented by UPS
What: Join this webinar as Eva Longoria talks exclusively about business and beyond. Learn how to take a leading role in championing equality, discover how UPS solutions can help every business thrive, and hear how Eva is helping Latinas reach their full potential. 
When: April 15th | 1:00 p.m. EDT
Where: Online

CraftHER Market
What: Produced by bbatx, craftHER Market is a digital and socially distanced marketplace, featuring creatives, designers, makers and artists from the Texas South.
When: March 1st - April 30th | Times vary
Where: Online

Apple Impact Accelerator: A program for Black- and Brown-owned businesses
What: The Impact Accelerator is a capacity-building program for the United States–headquartered companies that are at least 51 percent owned, operated, and controlled by an African American, Hispanic American/Latinx, or Indigenous American individual. Eligible companies are late-stage startups or mature firms and organizations with innovative solutions, applications, or processes that are in late-stage development or have reached commercial-scale deployment and can contribute to one or more of Apple’s environmental priority areas. 
When: April 30th | Times vary
Where: Online