The Association of Women's Business Centers (AWBC) is comprised of more than 100 local Women's Business Centers throughout the United States. Women's Business Centers provide business mentoring, training, and support to more than 140,000 women entrepreneurs across the country. In addition to supporting the local centers, the AWBC is a powerful voice in Washington, DC, promoting issues and legislation vital to women in business.
Association of Women's Business Centers Key Information:
|Phone||1 (202) 430-4756|
|Address||1333 H Street NW, Suite 800E, Washington, D.C. 20005 US|
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Recent News About the Association of Women's Business Centers (AWBC):
- March 21, 2019 - Jeremy Field: Journey for Women Entrepreneurs Full of Risk, Determination and Support.
- January 18, 2019 - Hodges Takes the Helm at Women’s Business Center; Still Wishes Best for TCSS and THINC.
- August 27, 2018 - With a Little Help, Female Entrepreneurs Can Flourish.
Association of Women's Business Centers FAQs:
How do I find a Women's Business Center near me?
The Association of Women's Business Centers' website has a directory page that contains a map pinpointing all the WBCs throughout the United States. Listed underneath the map, by state, are all the local Women's Business Centers along with their contact information.
What is included in a Women's Business Center membership?
Your WBC membership helps support the Association of Women's Business Centers and their advocacy in Washington, DC. The AWBC is a strong voice for issues and legislation that affects women in business in the United States.
Also included with your Women's Business Center membership is a free Constant Contact account with up to 10,000 contacts, one month free ADP payroll processing, a $2,500.00 discount on Outreach Systems' Neoserra Client Activity Tracking System, and much more.
How much does a Women's Business Center membership cost?
Annual Women's Business Center memberships cost $400.00. Additional memberships from the same organization are available at the reduced rate of $300.00 per year.
How do I access Women's Business Center business mentoring services?
First, find the Women's Business Center near you, then review their list of services. Ongoing business mentoring is typically one of the services offered. If you don't have a WBC nearby, you can contact the center and see if they provide online business mentoring.
What else does the Association of Women's Business Centers offer?
There are a number of resources available on the AWBC site, including webinars, links to fund raising resources, research about women in business, information on how to create a nonprofit, and more.