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News from the President
President & Digital Marketing Specialist
Welcome to the 2017/2018 year for NAWBO NYC! The new board and I are so excited to continue building upon the important work of NAWBO NYC! First – I encourage you to join us for the exciting journey ahead! We encourage anyone who hasn’t become a member yet to sign up now and enjoy our member benefits. We also invite you to submit your interest in becoming a volunteer or Chair for a NAWBO NYC Committee. Click here for more info and to volunteer today! We hope you’ll join us for our next Lunch and Learn on November 27. Lastly, we have a speaking opportunity available with a preference given to NAWBO NYC members. Check it out here. We look forward to getting to know you better as a member of the NAWBO NYC community.
NAWBO National has been hard at work advocating for you! In every advocacy meeting they’ve had since June, they mentioned the tax reform change regarding the meals and entertainment deduction. NAWBO National likes to think that they contributed to getting this done. Here is the guidance Here is the press release
Washington, D.C. —The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is announcing its endorsement of U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik in her bid for re-election in New York’s 21st District. “From her family small business experience to her time in the U.S. House, Elise has demonstrated her keen understanding of the issues facing women and small business owners and […]
Statistically, women, racial minorities, and low-income earners are underrepresented among inventors and patent holders. The bi-partisan legislation sets out to understand and address the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the patent process and to identify best practices to close the gaps in patent rates for women and other underrepresented groups.