Calling Women Business Owners!
The North Dakota Women’s Business Center (NDWBC) is the leading voice, resource, and partner for women business owners throughout the state. We are dedicated to amplifying the economic voice of our clients through advocacy and access to critical resources.
With offices in Williston, Fargo, Bismarck and Wahpeton, their team is accessible to the state’s women-owned businesses through in-person and virtual one-on-one business coaching services, technical training, and leadership development programs.
Strong Women, Strong Connections is an opportunity for women business owners to connect and learn from a panel of local business leaders. Hosted quarterly, Strong Women, Strong Connections welcomes women in any stage of business ownership to a space that helps them build connections and community so they can move forward in business with confidence.
Not a business owner? That's okay, too. Whether you own a business or support women business owners in another way, you're welcome here! Chamber leaders, economic developers, community supporters, commercial lenders, etc., are all encouraged to attend. Don't miss out on this amazing networking opportunity.
Tickets are limited for their Women's Business Summit on May 19-20 in Medora, ND.
This annual event is designed for women business owners to accelerate business growth and deepen connections through hands-on training and strategic networking. All Summit ticket packages include the Awards Banquet. Can't make it to everything? The Awards Banquet ticket might be for you. It features an evening social with food and awards, a hilarious performance by our keynote speaker, and an evening of connection with ND woman business owners, sponsors, and esteemed guests for only $75/ticket.
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Through entrepreneurial training opportunities, one-on-one business consulting, and events in partnership with other supportive organizations, the North Dakota Women’s Business Center creates a foundation for improving the economic impact of women business owners across North Dakota.