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Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy Proclaims, May 13th as Women Owned Business Day in the State of Connecticut
In conjunction with National Small Business Week (May 12-16)
Women's Business Development Council's Annual Business Breakfast Celebrates
25th Anniversary of Groundbreaking Federal Law for Women Entrepreneurs
Connect - Grow - Influence: Women with Impact in Diverse Industries To Be Theme
When Maxene's next-door neighbor told her he had been accepted into Princeton based on his college essay, she knew the idea of writing authentic college essays had great personal value to the student writing them.
On Saturday March 17th, Fran Pastore, President and CEO of the Women's Business Development Council will have the honor of speaking at International Women's Day. The event will be held by the Hispanic Ladies Committee of Fairfield County.
(Stamford) WPKN Radio, station 89.5 FM is taking the time to celebrate Women's History Month and has enlisted members of the WBDC team to host the show.
Starting a new job is exciting and yet can also be nerve racking. However, at the Women's Business Development Council (WBDC), four young women discovered they all had something in common.
(Norwalk) On Thursday April 12th Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County and The Women's Business Development Council (WBDC) will join forces for an evening of network, learning and support for women in Connecticut.
The Women's Business Development Council (WBDC) has relocated and expanded due to an increased demand for services.
The Women's Business Council of the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce has chosen four esteemed women for the 2nd annual "Conversation with Extraordinary WBDC Women".
Brenda Burton-Seldon of Stratford Connecticut has recently become a Business Specialist at the Women's Business Development Council.
Ashley McGuffie is the new Program Specialist for the Naugatuck Valley office of the Women's Business Development Council (WBDC).
Lisa Mecca-Primps is a small business owner who has a found a way to make her business successful in tough economic times.
In the past year the number of women-owned firms has grown by 200,000 which is just under 550 new women-owned firms per day.
With proper planning a home child-care business can deliver a stable and profitable income.
The Women's Business Development Council (WBDC) has expanded its business development programs to include loan packaging for Connecticut’s Business Express Program.
The Women's Business Development Council (WBDC), the leader of entrepreneurial and financial training for women in Connecticut will be holding an event on Tuesday June 26th, from 5:30 to 8:30pm.
During economic hard times client demands for financial and entrepreneurial services have risen and volunteers are needed more than ever.
Women Executives and Entrepreneurs to Discuss the Significant Role of Women-owned Business in U.S. Economic Growth and Recovery
Women Executives and Entrepreneurs Discussed the Significant Role of Women-owned Business in U.S. Economic Growth and Recovery
The Southington Campus of Lincoln College of New England (LCNE) will host a “Small Business and Entrepreneurship” lecture on Thursday, March 21 at 6 p.m. The event is presented as part of LCNE’s ongoing small business lecture series.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners from the Southington community will be the focus of a fashion show hosted by Lincoln College of New England (LCNE) on Saturday, April 6 at 7 p.m.
Members of the Association of Women's Business Centers (AWBC), a national not for profit 501(c)(3) organization representing women business owners through a network of women's business centers, announced its newly elected Board of Directors.
-For Rwandan Women It Proved to Be the Sweetest Dream of All! While other films have documented the atrocity of the Rwandan genocide, “Sweet Dreams” is telling a new kind of story… the story of remarkable women who dare to dream of new possibilities for themselves and their country.
Summer is a perfect time to hone your skills, gain knowledge and prepare for a new venture. In response to the statewide demand for their services and expertise, Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) is taking their team of experts ON THE ROAD.
Connect – Grow – Influence: Women with Impact in Diverse Industries To Be Theme
Fran Pastore Founder and CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) has been elected Co-Chair of Policy and Advocacy for the Association of Women’s Business Centers (AWBC).
Fran Pastore, CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) and a member of President Obama’s National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) recently attended the NWBC’s public meeting in San Francisco.
The Branford Chamber and the Webster Bank Women in Business Series are proud to announce that Fran Pastore, President and CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC), will speak on September 12, 2013.
Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the nation’s largest nonpartisan women’s business group, announced today that it has appointed Fran Pastore, President and CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council, to its 2013 WIPP Executive Advisory Board of Directors.
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