We are pleased to share the Council’s Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2018, “Journey to 30”
The National Women’s Business Council’s (NWBC) 2018 Annual Report commemorates its 30th anniversary year, provides the findings, conclusions, and policy recommendations of the Council, and expresses NWBC Chair Liz Sara’s vision for 2019.
We are pleased to share the Council’s Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2017, “Accelerating The Future Of Women Entrepreneurs – The Power of the Ecosystem”
This year, the National Women’s Business Council celebrates 29 years of advising the White House, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on issues of impact and importance to women business owners.
We are pleased to share the Council’s Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2015, “10 Million Strong – The Tipping Point for Women’s Entrepreneurship”
2015 was a transformational year for women entrepreneurs and their businesses. Women are starting 1,200 new businesses per day – they are inventing products, solving problems, creating jobs and supporting their communities.
We are pleased to announce the release of our 2014 Annual Report, “Building Bridges: Leveraging Research and Relationships to Impact the Business Climate for Women.” This report is a synthesis of our research and the implications of our findings for the women’s entrepreneurship ecosystem. Read More
Today, the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) releases its annual report focusing on economic issues of importance to women business owners. Each year NWBC delivers its annual report along with policy recommendations to the President, Congress, and the Small Business Administration.
The NWBC 2012 Annual Report offers a list of recommendations to help increase the economic potential of women entrepreneurs, one of the fastest-growing segments in the country.
The NWBC is required by law to submit annual recommendations on how the government can best aid women business owners. This year’s recommendations addressed topics that include:
As independent advisors to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) is required to provide an annual report on its work and recommendations for optimizing the economic potential of women-owned small businesses.
Throughout Fiscal Year 2009, the members of the National Women’s Business Council collaborated to promote policies and programs designed to support women’s entrepreneurship. The Council’s activities over the past year concentrated primarily on the following areas: communications and outreach, research, and policy engagement.