Women Business Enterprises (WBE) are one of the fastest growing segments in Georgia, and the state ranks No. 1 in U.S. for fastest growth in the number of women-owned firms (American Express OPEN 4/13). In fact, if women business owners were their own country, they would be the 5th largest GDP in the world. Learn more about business resources for women business owners.
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Women Impacting Public Policy, Inc. (WIPP) is a national non-partisan group that advocates for women in business. Learn how economic policy and legislative initiatives can impact the health and growth of your business at WIPP.org.Visit Site
Get answers to procurement questions at womenbiz.gov/faq. Learn how Procurement Center Representatives (PCRs) can help you obtain Federal contracts, and find the PCR in your area.Visit Site
Get access to procurement and contract opportunities in the private sector and Federal Marketplace through The Women’s Employment Opportunity Project. WEOP conducts business training (ICP) at Atlanta Technical college and operates a free membership website packed with resources.Join Today
As part of Georgia's Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC) program, emerging firms partner with a corporate mentor to hone best practices and develop skills that foster small business success. Learn about program details, eligibility and the application process.Visit Site
Find valuable tips, tools and resources, and learn about in-person workshops and networking opportunities for start-up, women-owned businesses across the country.Learn more