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Resources 

Whether you’re an entrepreneur just beginning your journey or have years of experience it’s important to know the resources available to you. As woman entrepreneurs, it is essential to join a community that will inspire, teach and allows you to grow. Here are a few resources all female entrepreneurs should be taking advantage of:

 

 

The Female Entrepreneur Association is an international online community for women entrepreneurs which host a wide range of informative content. The association hosts a wide range of content including weekly videos, daily blogs, a Members’ club, frequent live, online classes, a free magazine, inspiring stories, and free worksheets. They are constantly putting out fresh, new content and connecting women to each other daily.   The Female Entrepreneur Association

 

 

National Association for Women Business Owners founded in 1975 as the Association of Women Business Owner, the National Association for Women changed their name a year later. This organization has over 5,000 female members with 60 chapters across the country. Once a year they bring everyone together for the Annual Women’s Business Conference. As the voice for female entrepreneurs, NAWBO has led the way in creating change for all female entrepreneurs. They have done a phenomenal job in creating a large group of female entrepreneurs to connect and network. National Association for Women Business Owners

 

 

The American Business Women’s Association hosts over 5,000 networking events each year in more than 300 cities across the country. The ABWA has a chapter in most areas in the U.S. and each chapter hosts their own meetings and conferences. This allows female entrepreneurs to meet other female entrepreneurs and form connects that will help them and their business. The association also host annual events for all of the chapters to come together. If there isn’t a chapter in your area, you can call ABWA to start a new chapter.  American Business Women’s Association