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Entrepreneurship Day for Women!


Today is the second annual Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED), a day dedicated to celebrating, honoring and supporting women entrepreneurs throughout the world. The inaugural WED was held last year in New York City at the United Nations and was recognized by 144 countries. In addition to entrepreneurship, this is also a day to empower women and discuss women’s issues.

A Positive Trend in Boardrooms for Women


The latest Gender Diversity Index report by 2020 Women On Boards shows a positive trend in women’s representation in the nation's boardrooms. 2020 Women on Boards is a nonprofit organization founded by two women who were disconcerted by the lack of women in corporate boardrooms. They have been striving to get people involved to increase awareness of and improve the representation of women; their national campaign is “dedicated to increasing the percentage of women on corporate boards to 20 percent by 2020.”

Top Cities for Women Entrepreneurs


October was Women’s Small Business Month and to continue the discussion, NAWRB would like share some interesting information about the cities that are best suited for women entrepreneurs. If you have been on the lookout for the best place to establish or expand your business, read on to find some interesting statistics that cover the entire nation. Here’s a hint: it will be extremely helpful if you are already in or are planning to head west!

NWBC Salutes Women Veteran Business Owners


The first week of November is set aside for National Veteran’s Small Business Week and this year, the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) is honoring women veteranbusiness owners. Women who have served in the military are heroes, and when they decide to start a business that can employ other women or provide employment to their local communities they set themselves apart in aspecial league of their own. 

E-Learning: How the SBA Can Help Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses


“Learning never exhausts the mind,” said Leonardo da Vinci and that is the absolute truth. If you have the passion to learn new things and better yourself, your life will be rich in every sense of the word. Here at NAWRB, we believe in the concept of keeping our minds open to new knowledge. We are here to point you towards the wonderful opportunities out there that can help you gain knowledge and improve the way you operate your life. 

Strengthening Culture for Women



“There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.” –Madeleine Albright 

What a profound statement! It is with the same fervor as Madeleine Albright that NAWRB supports other women. Like the first female U.S. Secretary of State, we believe that other women, organizations, companies in the public and private sectors and the government must follow suit. As the Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) movement continues working for equal access to resources, equal representation, equal pay—the list goes on—it is crucial to create unwavering unity among women to advance women’s culture. If this culture is not strengthened, with the many problems burdening women, women will remain too scattered to be truly heard in unison and inspire more commitment from the rest of the country. As we continue working to get this right, there must be adjustments within women’s culture and leadership mindsets to achieve greater growth. 

Partnerships: An Essential Concept in the Lives of Women Entrepreneurs


“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller

NAWRB believes that women entrepreneurs are the best advocates for women and it is our duty to make sure that we reach out and help others achieve their true potential. Be it a life situation or a business opportunity, it is always better when you have a partner to back you up. Reflecting on some thoughts from the latest issue of NAWRB  magazine, we would like to emphasize that women entrepreneurs are definitely on the rise, and this is a good time to consider a business opportunity. 

Calling Out to Innovators in the Area: NAWRB and SBA Join Hands to Co-host the InnovateHER Competition


NAWRB is excited to join hands with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to co-host the Orange County chapter of the InnovateHER competition. The InnovateHER competition aims at discovering women entrepreneurs with innovative ideas. This event is co-hosted by NAWRB and gives the brilliant business women of Orange County and surrounding areas an opportunity to showcase their potential.

Top 10 Colleges for Women Entrepreneurs


When it comes to success, nobody does it alone. From Fortune 500 CEOs to your local mom and pop shop owner, everyone has received help along the way. Support is crucial in the early stages of one’s endeavors; it can inspire invaluable belief and confidence in the person receiving it. Women entrepreneurs are one group attaining success at a rapid pace despite facing several obstacles. As the support and resources for these women continues to grow, their success will also persist on its upward trajectory. 

The Momentum of Female Entrepreneurs


Women business owners and their businesses are booming. These enterprises are securing more funding, growing in number and effecting a serious change on the American economy. This week, the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) released their Business Outlook survey reporting that the revenue, compensation and staffing for women-owned businesses are growing.