National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO): This organization provides resources, networking opportunities, and advocacy for women entrepreneurs.
SCORE: SCORE is a nonprofit organization that offers free business advice and mentoring to entrepreneurs. They have a network of experienced business professionals who can provide guidance on various aspects of running a business.
Small Business Administration (SBA): The SBA offers a variety of resources for small business owners, including loans, grants, and training programs. They also have specific resources and programs for women entrepreneurs.
Women’s Business Centers (WBCs): The SBA also operates a network of Women’s Business Centers across the country, which provide training, counseling, and other resources specifically for women entrepreneurs.
National Women’s Business Council (NWBC): The NWBC is a federal advisory council that advocates for women entrepreneurs and provides research and policy recommendations to the government.
Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO): The WPO is a nonprofit organization that provides peer mentoring, educational opportunities, and networking events for women entrepreneurs who have million-dollar businesses.
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC): WBENC is a nonprofit organization that provides certification for women-owned businesses, which can help them gain access to government and corporate contracts.
Ellevate Network: Ellevate is a global community of professional women who provide support, resources, and networking opportunities for women entrepreneurs.
SheEO: SheEO is a global initiative that provides funding, mentorship, and support to women-led ventures that are creating a positive impact in their communities.