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  • Innovate in Ways Large and Small October 11, 2017

    “Our job is to invent new options that nobody’s ever thought of before and see if customers like them.” —Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos


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  • The Cost of Compliance September 12, 2017

    Let’s face it: Regulatory compliance is simply part of doing business today, whether the regulations are set forth by a federal, state, county or local government agency.

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  • A Leader’s Legacy August 6, 2017

    What kind of leader am I? What impact am I making on others and on the world around me? What will my legacy be?

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  • It’s the Right Place and Time to Embrace Change June 13, 2017

    Sometimes things in life just make sense. They happen at just the right place at just the right time. It’s like this month’s NAWBO ONE theme of embracing change.

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  • 10 Reasons to Want to Grow May 9, 2017

    If you’re not growing, you’re dying. You’ve probably heard that saying before in business and in life.

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  • NAWBO Members named 2017 Enterprising Women of Year April 26, 2017

    Congratulations to the execeptional NAWBO Members presented with the 2017 Enterprising Women of the Year Award at the gala April 4th in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

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  • ITA's Unique Role in Connecting Your Company with Global Trading Partners April 26, 2017

    The International Trade Administration, or ITA, plays a unique role in connecting U.S. companies to trading partners around the world.  We are in an excellent position to help our clients, those who create American jobs through trade and investment. 

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  • What Would You Do With More Money? April 10, 2017

    What would you do if you had less taxes to pay and more money to spend? Would you save it? Or spend it on a home improvement, a vacation or some smaller luxuries?

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  • Apply Your “Oxygen Mask” First March 7, 2017

    As women entrepreneurs, we’ve been on our fair share of airplane flights.

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  • How Big Is Your World? February 15, 2017

    Online auction site eBay is one of the world’s best-known firms, boasting 167 million active buyers and more than $2 billion in annual revenue. Yet when it first tried to launch in China, it failed within just two years. The difficulty of competing with local rivals forced eBay to shut down its main website in the country. Later, it formed a successful joint venture with a local partner to help operate an online auction business in the country. The lesson learned was this: Just because you have a strong U.S. brand doesn’t automatically translate to success in another country.

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