News & Advocacy
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News & Advocacy

It’s budget season in Washington, D.C. and AWBC is working to increase funding for the Women’s Business Center program from $14 million to $20 million. You can help by contacting your Member of Congress and asking them to request funding at the $20 million level. Watch your email for a sample letter from the AWBC.
Featured Center
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Featured Center

The Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) has provided quality business and financial education coupled with access to fair capital and financial products for more than 25 years. WWBIC’s impact is seen through the many entrepreneurs, business owners and individuals whom they assist. Their work and support put your business dreams to work.
Upcoming Events
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Upcoming Events

July: WBC annual training conference: Washington, DC, July 21 – 23, 2014.

WIPP (Women Impacting Public Policy) conference: Washington, DC, July 23 – 25, 2014. Look for joint activities on July 23rd

July 16: Advocacy Webinar: Make the most of your trip to Washington, DC. Tune in with the AWBC for a webinar on how to be an effective advocate for your program! Click here to register!
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Mission

The AWBC works to secure economic justice and entrepreneurial opportunities for women by supporting and sustaining a national network of more than 100 Women’s Business Centers (WBC). WBCs help women succeed in business by providing training, mentoring, business development and financing opportunities to over 100,000 women entrepreneurs each year in every state in the union.

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