The Council

The National Women’s Business Council advises on issues of impact and importance to women entrepreneurs and business owners via:


The Council’s analysis of publicly available data sources gives us insights to women entrepreneurs and business owners


The Council produces best-in-class research on the most relevant issues facing current and aspiring women business owners and leaders

Annual Report

The Council’s Annual Report shares a detailed description of the activities, findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Council in a fiscal year


The Council’s public engagement activities share research findings broadly and connect women business owners and those that are working to support them


The Council’s press releases provide up-to-date information on NWBC activities. Media Advisories are sent out to inform the media/public about an upcoming event


Grow Her Business supports women entrepreneurs’ commitment to growing their businesses by providing information on nearly 200 best-in-class resources to help along the way

Want to know more about NWBC?

You can read about our research reports or subscribe to our newsletter.

Latest News

The Council's latest news, covering annual reports, research reports, fact sheets, and engagement.

Profile of Millennial Women: The Future of Entrepreneurship in America

The National Women’s Business Council has released the 'Profile of Millennial Women: The Future of Entrepreneurship in America' identifying the

NWBC Celebrates Small Business Saturday

Whether it is eating turkey and stuffing on Thanksgiving, standing in enormous lines for the deals of Black Friday, or spending hours in front of

NWBC Partners with the U.S. Census Bureau to Host Symposium

In celebration of National Women in Small Business Month, the NWBC recognizes their partner, the U.S. Census Bureau, in advocating for women-owne

NWBC’s 30th Anniversary


About NWBC

The NWBC is a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and policy recommendation to the president, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners.