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Business Formation Resources
It’s vital for female entrepreneurs to be aware of the many readily available resources that can help them successfully bring their vision to life.
As the COVID-19 pandemic affects the world today, we can reassess priorities and innovate not just our lives, but our careers by starting a business.
Business formation services take the weight off your shoulders through sophisticated technology and expert support.
Learn more about what exactly the SBA does and how it can help your business.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a network of 1,000 local centers providing consulting and training to new or existing small businesses.
SCORE was founded in 1964 with the goal of enhancing small business success across America.
Business Planning Resources
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There are a number of resources dedicated to helping you write a business plan that won’t let you down.
Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or established business owner, creating a plan for the next three to five years is vital for the success of your startup.
The following colleges and universities offer fantastic entrepreneurship programs that will help and encourage you to launch a business.
Kabbage is a quick, flexible supplier of loans that ultimately wants to see small businesses thrive.
Accion seeks to create a financially inclusive world through its massive microloans program and other support services.
Female Founders Fund has paved the way for other investors, showing them that backing women pays off.
We have suggestions for resources you can use to increase your chances of getting certified as a woman-owned business.
Though today WBENC is the largest certifier of women-owned businesses across the U.S., certification represents just a sliver of WBENC’s total offerings.
It's vital for female entrepreneurs to be aware of resources like the NWBOC that are designed to boost their success.
Though certification is a key service offered by the USWCC, the organization has a wealth of other resources for women in business.
We’ve selected female entrepreneur podcasts that can help you get started with your business idea.
Finding the right blogs for you as you grow in your business can help in a number of ways.
These digital magazines speak to women and set them up for success.
The following books take a look at trailblazers of all professions and highlight the traits that have helped them reach the top of their game.
The idea for what would ultimately become an empire of advice and information can be traced back to very humble beginnings.
The following webinars put women face-to-face with professionals who know what they’re talking about.
YouTube channels serving women in business can provide practical information on how to start and grow a business and overcome workplace struggles.
Newsletters are a simple (often free) resource that female entrepreneurs can take advantage of and easily integrate into their daily routines.
Bumble’s Women in Bizz feature allows women to find and explore communities of like-minded professionals.
The following resources are reliable and reputable options for mompreneurs who need a little support in becoming successful entrepreneurs.