News from the President
PresidentI feel honored to step into being President and leading NAWBO NYC for the next two years. NAWBO has a special place in my heart, when I arrived in this country nearly 5 years ago this organization became my community, it was a place where I felt at home, these were my kind of women! I learnt so much going to events, I was supported with mentoring and mastermind groups and I was inspired by what I experienced. NAWBO was the place that enabled me to grow and take my business to the next level.I have learnt that when women of conviction offer their unique insights, passions, and intellects to all there is a very positive ripple effect. As NAWBO women of conviction it’s important to work together and contribute our own unique insights, passions, and intellects to our community.Since our organization was formed 44 years ago, we have shared common goals, and through sisterhood, working together and supporting each other, we have achieved great successes. Let’s continue to grow our founding mission so that together we can make important and necessary changes in our businesses, in New York City, State, across America and around the world.I want to enroll you to play a bigger part in NAWBO NYC, it’s time to join our community, share knowledge, attend events, volunteer, take up the challenge, and see your businesses grow to the next level.I look forward to working with each and every one of you in building the success which you deserve!
Statement by Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer in response to the passage of a New York bill that would ban confessions of judgment for out-of-state loans New York lawmakers took an important step toward protecting small firms from a predatory practice commonly found in small business lending products by voting to ban […]
I came back into my office today on a high after spending the last four days with my NAWBO sisters at our National board meeting, chapter president onboarding and Advocacy Day events, and waiting for me was a resignation letter from one of my key employees. Back to reality. But isn’t that the life of […]
When it comes to business success, the key is winning and keeping customers. And the key to winning and keeping customers is—and has always been—relationships. I’m not talking about the connections formed through sharing a photo with hundreds of friends on social media or sending an email to a mass database of contacts, though these […]