Fireside Chat Online Event With Women’s Business Council
In celebration of Women’s History Month, National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) invites you to join a fireside chat featuring Chair Liz Sara and Council Member Nicole Cober. This insightful discussion will highlight key trends in women’s business enterprise and cover notable, free resources to help you start and scale your business.
Women own or co-own 45% of all businesses in the United States. These businesses represent a wide range of industries and are owned by women from all walks of life. The majority are small, with great potential for growth in both revenues and job creation.
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Event Organizer: NWBC
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