Julie Stotlar-Towner joined NAWBO earlier this year. As with many NAWBO-KC memb
Greater Kansas City Chapter
NAWBO understands that not all business owners are the same. As businesses grow, their needs and challenges change too.
Introducing, the NAWBO Circle - a specialized, premier members-only program exclusively for women who own businesses with more than $1 million in revenue each year - offering connections, access and learning opportunities designed for owners of larger businesses. The Circle participants represent a critical and under-represented voice. Nationally, only 3 percent of women-owned businesses reach annual revenues over $1 million. NAWBO is ensuring that members who have reached this milestone in their business are well supported for accelerated business growth across all industries and benefit from peer-to-peer personal connections and support.In the inaugural year, the Circle is accepting only 50 participants.For more information or to apply contact Lynda Bishop,email@example.com. The annual fee to join the Circle is $2,500. This includes registration to the WBC and both retreats, and covers all Circle activities and benefits. Participants are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.
Two NAWBO-KC members in the 2016 WWMB Class
Brandy McCombs, of International Builders & Consultants, Inc., and Kelly Wilson, of Weave Gotcha Covered!, have been selected by the Business Journal for the 2016 class of Women Who Mean Business.
The Women Who Means Business awards program honors outstanding professional women in for-profit businesses who have made significant contributions to their business or industry, as well as their community.
Please take time to congratulate Brandy and Kelly.
U.S. Women Business Owners by the Numbers
More than 9.1 million firms are owned by women, they generate $1.4 trillion in sales and employee nearly 7.9 million people. One in five firms with revenue of $1 million or more is woman-owned. 4.2% of all women-owned firms have revenues of 1 million or more.
Women helping women help the world
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