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Business Women's Network
BWN is recognized worldwide as the "Networker's Network." A leading organization for reaching the marketplace of millions of women and minorities worldwide, BWN has access to over 6,500 national and international women's business and professional organizations. BWN also provides publications that track the latest on women's issues in business and a Web site accessible to millions of working women in small businesses and corporations.
Center for Women's Business Research
Center for Women's Business Research is the premier source of knowledge about women business owners and their enterprises worldwide. The Center's mission is to unleash the economic potential of women entrepreneurs by conducting research, sharing information and increasing knowledge about this fast-growing sector of the economy. Since 1989, the Center has generated research-based intelligence that has helped public- and private-sector leaders, advocates, and individual women business owners make informed strategic decisions for generating greater business opportunities. The Center shares its knowledge of the economic and social aspects of women's entrepreneurship with policy makers, financial institutions, corporate leaders, government agencies, academia, and the media through research reports, press releases, newsletter publications, seminars, speaking engagements, and worldwide on the Internet atwww.womensbusinessresearch.org
eWomenNetwork is the #1 resource for promoting and connecting women worldwide. Founded on the networking philosophy of "giving first," eWomenNetwork has over 12,000 members and 90 chapters that meet monthly to participate in "Accelerated Networking" events in cities all over North America. Quick Facts: Largest photographic database of female business owners in the world, #1 rated eWomenNetwork radio show profiles women weekly on ABC, the eWomenNetwork Foundation awards thousands of dollars in grants to women's non-profits & "Integrity Loans" to emerging women business owners. The eWomenPublishingNetwork provides exposure, marketing and assistance for female authors & aspiring-authors. Web site: www.eWomenNetwork.com
Executive Women's Golf Association
The Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) is a non-profit organization with more than 18,000 members across the United States and Canada. The EWGA exists to provide opportunities for women to learn, play, and enjoy the game of golf for business and for life.
National Association for Female Executives
With more than 60,000 members, NAFE is the largest women's professional association and the largest women business owners organization in the country. NAFE provides resources and services through education, networking and public advocacy.
National Association of Women Business Owners
For 30 years, NAWBO has been the leading organization for women entrepreneurs, providing education, advocacy and networking opportunities for 8,000 members in 80 chapters across the U.S. Please visit www.nawbo.org or call 800-55-NAWBO for more information.
The Women's Leadership Exchange
The Women's Leadership Exchange (WLE) provides the knowledge, tools and connections women business owners need to grow their enterprises. At the heart of the program are educational conferences designed for established businesses with annual revenues from $500,000 to $25 million. The WLE's interactive all-day conferences, held annually in NYC, Dallas, Chicago, Southern California and Atlanta, connect women CEOs with each other, with top business experts and with corporate leaders. WLE also offers an e-newsletter, The Exchange, an online New Women's Network Directory, and women's business spa retreats. For information on conferences and other resources, visit www.womensleadershipexchange.com
Women's Business Enterprise National Council
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC, pronounced wee-bank), created in 1997, is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for women's business enterprises in America's major business markets. In partnership with women's business organizations throughout the United States, WBENC provides access to a national standard of certification, with the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College an Executive Management Program for women business owners, hosts Women in Business: Sharing the Vision (the nation's largest conference and business fair for certified WBEs and corporate supplier diversity and procurement executives), and provides information certified women's businesses to purchasing managers through an Internet database - WBENClink.
Women Impacting Public Policy
The Voice for Women in Business in our Nation's Capital. WIPP is the nation's largest bi-partisan public policy organization that advocates for, and on behalf of, women business owners and women in business on economic issues. WIPP and its Coalition Partners work as a single voice to strengthen its sphere of influence in the legislative process of our nation, create economic opportunities, and build bridges and alliances for business women and small business organizations. Through WIPP, the collective voice of its membership makes a powerful impact on Capitol Hill and with the Administration.
Women Presidents' Organization
Women Presidents' Organization is an international nonprofit organization whose members are a diverse group of entrepreneurial women presidents who have guided their businesses to a minimum of a million dollars in annual sales. Each chapter serves as a peer advisory group which empowers members to achieve increased business and financial success as well as individual growth. Members meet monthly to share expertise, experience, business education and to return energized to keep growing their businesses. For more information, please visit www.womenpresidentsorg.com