On September 5th, over 300 attendees came together for a day of networking at our 2019 Harvesting Partnerships event!
Harvesting Partnerships is tomorrow! We’re so excited to see everyone come out for our annual half-day conference for women business owners. The event officially starts at 11AM, but you can show up around 10:30 to get through registration and have the chance for some extra networking.
Last year we introduced WBE led roundtables as a new Harvesting Partnerships feature. The feedback received was overwhelmingly positive and we are excited to say they will be making a return at this year’s event.
Please join us at Harvesting Partnerships, our annual half-day conference focused on top-tier educational programming. Our keynote speaker this year is Michael Sorrell, President of Paul Quinn College. Read more here!
Last week, the Women's Business Council - Southwest hosted its annual Austin Insights event with the new addition of a financial education workshop presented by Bank of America. The workshop provided information on how business owners can use payment as a tool to build working capital
Harvesting Partnerships is an annual half-day conference focused on top-tier educational programming. The event this year is on September 5 from 11 AM to 4:30 PM at the Courtyard Marriott Grapevine.
The WBENC National Conference & Business Fair is less than one week away! Get our advice on how to maximize your time and experience while at the conference.
Over 70 attendees joined us on May 14th for an evening of networking and fellowship, followed by the Dallas Theater Center's production of Real Women Have Curves.
Thanks you for making our inaugural Connections to Contracts event a success! We were so excited to bring you this brand new event, and hope it was a day full of meaningful connections for all who attended. Please check back next week for a full recap and photos from the day. In the meantime - we want to hear your thoughts!
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