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NAWBO boosts its members' entrepreneurial capacity by providing indispensable resources and referrals that expand their reach and promote their success.

NAWBO’s user-generated articles library propels members ahead of the curve and ensures they are well-positioned to thrive in their respective marketplaces. Our members have access to a growing and diversified archive of timely information that is immediately usable and crafted by knowledge experts.

NAWBO’s Membership Directory connects members to meaningful conversations about entrepreneurship, leadership, important public policy issues, as well as chapter happenings and tips on achieving work life balance. It employs a customized approach to relationship management, including blogs and message boards.

By utilizing NAWBO’s tips and tools, members are able to fully enjoy a wide range of membership benefits, along with benefits from NAWBO’s corporate alliances and partnerships with other leading national organizations. For every entrepreneur at every stage of business development, this tailored advice and the special services we offer are an invaluable guide.

  • NAWBO Institute

    NAWBO understands the balance of working in your business versus working on it. To make it easy for women business owners to work on their business when they can, the NAWBO Institute provides training and resources through a combination of online educational programs and the opportunity to convene virtually through the NAWBO Institute Virtual Environment.

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  • Click on this link to access all Administrative Documents.

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  • Click on the links below to access Board and Governance documents.                                         

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  • View our NAWBO Member Directory. NAWBO Members have access to more detailed information and advanced search capabilities.

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  • This year’s NAWBO-Louisville Public Policy Luncheon started with networking and dessert. We enjoyed a NAWBO 40th anniversary cake baked by Gabe the Cake Man. The entire price of the cake was donated to help Scarlet's Bakery. We were joined by four original members of NAWBO-Louisville, who were recognized on the patio at Noah's of Louisville, a brand-new event venue in Jeffersontown.

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  • Welcome to the NAWBO National Video Library.

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  • Using cutting edge technology, NAWBO Institute Virtual Platform helps facilitation communicate, virtual networking, best practice sharing, and education for Women Business owners, partners and supporters with measurable and significant impact.

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    How to access: The NAWBO Institute was designed for all women business owners and supporters across the country.

    1. If you are a NAWBO Member, Click here to login. You will need to sign in and will have access to the platform

    2. If you are not a NAWBO member, WELCOME! To take your Free Test Drive of the NAWBO Institute Virtual Environment - Simply CLICK HERE and complete the short membership profile, creating a username and passcode. Don’t worry - we never sell names, moreover, you will have instant access to all of the Institute technology!

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    As NAWBO leaders, you are the heart and soul of this organization. We are grateful for your contribution as a leader and are excited to work with you as we take NAWBO to the next level of success.

    During the Leadership Development Training (formerly called Leadership Boot Camp) in San Antonio, we reviewed 2015-2016 goals with a focus on increasing our membership numbers. Below is an overview of how we can support your chapter to meet our goals:

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  • View just how much of an impact Women Business Owners are making in our communities.

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  • All NAWBO chapters are required to carry Directors and Officers Liability Insurance offered by NAWBO or another carrier. The NAWBO program seeks to provide chapters with benefits of a group discount by pooling our resources together.

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  • Please see below a public policy update along with links to places to find even more details on the issues and influencers impacting public policy this month. We encourage you to share these talking points with your members and use them to facilitate public policy updates and conversations at your meetings and events.

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  • The NAWBO Mission Statement forms the basis of the NAWBO 5-Star Program. Our Mission Statement is… With a “Servant Leader” philosophy, as an organization of and for women founders and business owners, we:

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for March 2016

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  • Please see below a public policy update along with links to places to find even more details on the issues and influencers impacting public policy this month. We encourage you to share these talking points with your members and use them to facilitate public policy updates and conversations at your meetings and events.

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  • Below is some ready-to-use, timely content to share with your current members as well as potential members. This content can be used in your monthly newsletter, e-blasts or as a stand-alone blog from your president to communicate to your members. Also, we have provided Facebook and Twitter posts that are ready to use and help support the messages through social media. Please remember to use this month as an opportunity to connect or reconnect with your corporate partners, to make sure you are aware of important events or opportunities for them in the year ahead and vice versa. One of the keys to a great partnership is consistent communication.

    Please reach out to Joy Lutes at jlutes@nawbo.org for assistance or with any questions on how to best use this content.

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for February 2016

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for January 2016

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for December 2015

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for November 2015

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  • Read Chapter Connect articles for October 2015

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  • Read chapter Connect articles for September 2015

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  • Please see below a public policy update along with links to places to find even more details on the issues and influencers impacting public policy this month. We encourage you to share these talking points with your members and use them to facilitate public policy updates and conversations at your meetings and events.

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  • Three-Touch E-mail Campaign for Chapters to Send Out to Their Database



    Please use this copy-and-paste-ready content for your newsletters or send out as a separate e-mail to your database. We recommend that each board member e-mail these touch points to at least 10 potential friends that should be NAWBO members. We look forward to seeing the results. GO NAWBO! 

    1st Touch Point - Send the week of March 14th

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  •                                       Together We Dare 2017

     

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  • Below is some ready-to-use, timely content to share with your members as well as potential members. This content can be used in your monthly newsletter and e-blasts or as a stand-alone blog from your president to communicate to your members about how to use public policy to attract and retain members. Also, we have provided social media posts that are ready to use and help support the messages through social media.

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