NAWBO

AcronymDefinition
NAWBONational Association of Woman Business Owners
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Billie Dragoo, NAWBO National chair and president/CEO of Indianapolis-based RepuCare, said, 'Bank of America has been a tremendous partner to NAWBO and support to women and small business owners.
This year the Mile High chapter of NAWBO added programs and revamped existing offerings.
Holifield said one of the roles NAWBO plays through a sister organization, National Women's Business Owners Corp.
11 NAWBO luncheon meeting will be held in Phoenix beginning at 10:45 a.
While most businesses are like to fail within three years of start-up, women-owned business have a much better survival rate, according to NAWBO.
This is one of our most important meetings of the year because a key part of NAWBO's mission is to transform public opinion," says Nancy Sanders, NAWBO Phoenix president.
Today, NAWBO boasts 5,000 members and 60 chapters nationwide and is the only member organization representing women entrepreneurs in all sectors, sizes and stages of their business development.
and president, NAWBO California; Sam Horn, president, Action Seminars and author, "Pop
NAWBO members know that we are better together, and in that spirit, we work together and provide the support and resources women entrepreneurs and business owners need to increase their impact to the benefit of everyone," said Darla Beggs, NAWBO National Board Chair.
Successful women understand the power of networking and nourishing relationships in the good and bad times and so does NAWBO.
Ursula's topic is 'The 7 Sales Blocks that Keep You Stuck in Scarcity and How to Shift Them,'" says Nancy Sanders, NAWBO Phoenix president.
NAWBO Executive Director Suzanne Lanctot (ex-officio).