• NAWBO Advocacy for You: Meals and Entertainment Tax Deduction

    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  

  • NAWBO National Bi-Partisan Endorsements

    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 […]

  • NAWBO National Hails U.S House Passage of SUCCESS Act

    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.

  • Why certification? Why now?

    When I saw that the September issue of NAWBO ONE was about certification—a topic very close to my entrepreneurial heart—you can imagine my excitement. I’ve spent years working on different sides of the government contracting arena where certification is key, first in a federal practice of a large consulting firm and later in my own consulting business […]

  • NAWBO’s Advocacy for You – Raise Your Voice on NAWBO Issue Councils

    NAWBO National Issue Councils Accepting New Members We use the NAWBO National Issue Councils to highlight the depth and diversity of our members, like you. When we are able to couple your business expertise with NAWBO National’s long-standing reputation as a bipartisan organization of policy experts representing all women business owners, we are able to […]

  • You’ve Got the Brains to Power Your Marketing

            Whether it’s print or digital marketing, social media or public relations, a remarkable number of studies that have been conducted in recent years indicate women marketers outperform men. As one male marketing executive who teaches brand management to MBA students says, “To put it bluntly, women have a massive genetic advantage […]

  • Congratulations to our 2017-2018 award winners!

    It was a beautiful summer night, too hot to be outside but perfect for a cocktail celebration indoors at the Evening of Excellence sponsored by UPS! Guests’ eyes lit up when they entered the magnificently designed lobby of the Porcelanosa building on Fifth Avenue and 25th Street, with it’s 3-story windows and open terrace leading to […]

  • Mentoring program graduation

    NAWBO NYC wants to congratulate the graduates of our Mentoring Program. We wish them continued success on their entrepreneurship journey. If anyone is interested in joining the program in 2018-2019, please contact Rita Beygelman at  “I am very, very grateful to have worked with the wonderful Nina Kaufman – thank you for such a […]

  • Advocacy Opportunity: White House Conference on Small Business

    NAWBO National is pleased to be part of a coalition that has been advocating for a White House Conference on Small Business.  The last such conference was held in 1995.  We have heard from many NAWBO members who attended previous conferences that they were very valuable in gathering small business owners together to discuss the […]

  • When You Power Your Voice, It Powers Us All

    “When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.” —Malala Yousafzai If one woman speaking out on a cause or issue she cares about can create an impact, imagine the power of more than 100 women’s voices when NAWBO National recently headed to Capitol Hill for the most successful Advocacy Day in our […]

  • Flexible Work Options Fuel Success

    (Los Angeles, CA – June 28, 2018) As the founder of a successful small business, I’m a strong believer that cultivating the right work environment is not just important, but essential to the long-term viability and growth of any business endeavor. Ultimately, it comes down to people – leaders who set the direction and tone, and […]

  • Breaking Down Barriers to Access

    Despite major inroads over the years, access to capital remains one of the greatest barriers for women trying to launch, scale and grow their businesses, which means opportunities for all of us to continue to speak up, reach out, educate and innovate to make a difference. Earlier this spring, the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) […]