The Capital One SAGE Advice Program is a 6-month development program designed to help 10 Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) owners grow in the areas of financial management, marketing, relationship building, selling to corporations, and strategic planning.
The Capital One SAGE Advice Program is a 6 month development program designed to help 10 Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) owners grow in the areas of financial management, marketing, relationship building, selling to corporations, and strategic planning.
The Women-Owned Virtual Mother's Day Market is now open until May 2nd! Shop from over 30 women-owned small businesses in one convenient place.
Congratulations to the 23 Women's Business Council - Southwest WBEs who were selected for this upcoming WBENC WeTHRIVE Cohort! This virtual executive development program is tailored to meet WBEs where they are, and support them through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
**Deadline has been extended to Sunday, March 7th** We are thrilled to announce Pitch Prep - a new development opportunity for our WBEs! Pitch Prep allows WBEs to receive feedback on how to better present and communicate their value. This offering is 100% complimentary, open to all WBEs in our network, and timely since the feedback will be provided prior to our major annual procurement event - Connections to Contracts - where WBEs are able to briefly pitch to Corporate Members. Overview This complimentary program allows WBEs to improve their company’s elevator pitch and better communicate
We teamed up this month with Goldman Sachs, LiftFund and TWU Center for to share information about the resources that their organizations offer to uplift women owned businesses and entrepreneurs. If you didn’t get a chance to attend, we’ve provided a quick recap of the programs that were discussed and the ways in which they might be able to help you and your business grow!
Our annual Connections to Contracts event will be virtual this year! We’ve put together a list of the top five strategies for making yourself standout at virtual networking events.
On June 30th, the application period for the SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will be ending, and funds are still available! In addition, financial resources continue to become available through local counties and private foundations - many can even be used in conjunction with the PPP or EIDL loans.
As a resource for women-owned and minority-owned businesses, The Study USA has launched a new Mastermind Series called It's My Business.