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Alliance Partnership with NAWBO
NAWBO-Houston is affiliated with local organizations and non-profits in an effort to engage in meaningful partnerships to promote women’s entrepreneurship in the Houston area. In keeping with NAWBO’s mission to strengthen the wealth-creating capacity of our members, NAWBO-Houston is building strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations with government, education, and other non-profit entities that provide resources for women entrepreneurs.
Our goal is to bring these resources directly to our members so you can easily access the tools you need to achieve and maintain successful businesses. NAWBO-Houston and it’s alliance partners seek to develop and foster a mutual understanding and a working relationship to strengthen and expand educational, economic, and leadership opportunities for women business enterprises in the Houston community.
For more information about a NAWBO alliance partnership or other sponsorship opportunities, contact at email@example.com
NAWBO Alliance Partners
Celebrating 40 Years!
Propelling women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide…
NAWBO Houston is a thriving chapter! We welcome enthusiastic, committed, professional women to help us grow even more. We have great plans for the future, but we can’t do it alone. We need your time, energy, talent, and ideas to further our local and national goals.
"NAWBO is a great organization for women entrepreneurs that provides an outlet for women business owners across the country to share their creativity an inspire and support each other in their pursuits."
Founder, CEO and Chocolatier of Vosges Haut Chocolat and Wild Ophelia
"I am fortunate to be a woman in America who was given the opportunity to achieve her dream. I want women everywhere to have that same opportunity and am pleased to work with the NAWBO Institute for Entrepreneurial Development to increase opportunities for women entrepreneurs."
Spanx founder and head of The Sara Blakely Foundation
"..We worked hard to position the emergence of women business owners as a growing segment of the women's movement and to develop the organizational base and structural guidelines for a national association. "
Founding NAWBO National President