ACE is a nonprofit that provides community economic development to underserved people and communities, as well as resources to help its borrowers create and grow sustainable businesses.
As the only Women’s Business Center in Cobb County – and one of only two in the state of Georgia – The Edge Connection meets the needs of women entrepreneurs through the delivery of best-practices in microenterprise and small business training.
Certification, education and access to companies ready to do business with women businesses.
NAWBO provides female business owners with valuable information and a network of women committed to helping each other succeed.
WEOP is a nonprofit organization that promotes the economic advancement of women, with an emphasis on women of color with initiatives that empower women with skills, information and resources.
Through a competitive selection process, cycles of 15 women entrepreneurs will “incubate” their business over 15 months at the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (WEI), with a focus on technology, educational resources, funding assistance and mentorship.
The WIBC provides a network of professional women who share information essential to their business, professional and personal lives. WIBC also hosts the annual Women in Business Luncheon and coordinates the Business Woman of the Year.
DID fosters economic growth by finding, connecting developing and supporting black and Latina women entrepreneurs to investors, mentors and influencers.
Emerging firms partner with a corporate mentor to hone best practices and develop skills that foster small business success.
The EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ program is a national competition and executive education program that identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs whose businesses show real potential to scale — and then helps them do it.