Welcome to NAWBO Raleigh

NAWBO Greater Raleigh champions women business owners with purposeful connections—connections to education, mentoring, networking, authentic relationships, strategic partners, and so much more.

A NAWBO membership offers women business owners a national and local platform to tap into the power of an already established community of women entrepreneurs. Your membership investment provides a portfolio of benefits that propel business growth and fuel personal and professional development. 

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What Makes Us DifferEnt?

  • We focus exclusively on women business owners (WBOs)
  • NAWBO Greater Raleigh is part of a national NAWBO movement, and the chapter has over a 40-year history
  • We are advocates and focus on public policy, serving as a voice at the local, state, and federal level
  • NAWBO Greater Raleigh is passionate about mentorship and education, both supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs AND our member entrepreneurs who are building their businesses to the next level
  • Our dues are affordable and can be paid monthly or annually
  • We have a diverse membership with varied industries and business sizes


Chapter News & Blog

Member Linda Zoffer featured as Replacements, Ltd. contributor

Congratulations to member Linda Zoffer, featured as "DESIGNERS & INFLUENCERS" contributor with Replacements, Ltd.
01/13/2017 | sarahglova | 0
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5 Tips for Better Networking in NAWBO

55% of business owners say they get over 70% of their new business from networking and referrals.
12/21/2016 | kadamof | 0
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Upcoming Meetings

Feb 28

February Evening Program

Join us on February 28th for our evening clinic and connecting at Atlantic Tire & Service. Because your life is stressful enough, you don’t need the worry of an unreliable vehicle, or a costly inflated diagnosis. ATS supports women business owners and is

Mar 19

Community Screening of DREAM, GIRL at Meredith College

The documentary showcasing inspiring & ambitious female entrepreneurs

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Mar 22

March Luncheon: Why Powerful Female Business Owners Are Making Community Service A Priority

When economist Arthur Brooks tested the relationship between income and charitable giving, he found that for every $1 donated, an individual's income was $3.75 higher—showing that giving actually makes people richer.

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