LOS ANGELES, CA – March 23, 2022, at 12PM via zoom – New Economics for Woman – Women’s Business Center (NEW-WBC) celebrates Women’s History Month with a virtual fireside chat called “Empowering Women-Owned Businesses”. The event features a panel of women business owners Dorothea Saint-Fleur of NoHoBraids, Kimberly Meckwood of Click & Carry Inc. who participated in Shark Tank, and Ursula Trainor of Textiles of Peru, who will share their successes. We are excited to partner with distinguished women leaders from Union Bank, Bank of the West, City National Bank, Golden State CDC and Small Business Administration to bring an afternoon of celebration, connection, and inspiration. Hear our distinguished speakers talk about how women entrepreneurs and small business owners are sparking economic mobility and contributing to society. Ruth Garcia-Corrales, Director of NEW-WBC says, “We celebrate women entrepreneurs and their grit, desire, dedication, determination, and enthusiasm to start and grow businesses. We know women’s economic independence brings more to our communities through job creation and increasing family economic stability. Women are valuable members of our economy.”
Don’t miss this event to hear about resources including funding opportunities for your business. This virtual session will be held on March 23, 2022, from noon to 1:30pm PDT. For more information and to register, please visit www.new-wbc.org/whm.
About NEW – Women’s Business Center (NEW-WBC):
NEW-WBC is an initiative of the New Economics for Women® (NEW), in collaboration with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Go-Biz California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, with the objective to help women entrepreneurs and business owners plan and create a business and to make existing businesses grow successfully. http://www.new-wbc.org.
About New Economics for Women® (NEW):
New Economics for Women® (NEW) sparks economic mobility for women, particularly for Latinas and their families, through wealth creation, housing, education, entrepreneurship, and advocacy for economic justice. We empower generations of women and families to thrive. For more information, call (213) 483-2060 or visit http://www.neweconomicsforwomen.org.