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

Upcoming Meetings- YOU're invited!

Jul 25

All About Me-Interactive

Unique and creative workshop  to come together; enjoy friendship and laughter, and tell our stories … through color.

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Sep 26

Political Advocacy Panel & Luncheon

What Business Owners Should Know and Why You Should Care

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Oct 11

Communicate Your Value in Less Than 30 Seconds Webinar

What happens when someone asks you, “So… what you do?”     You may start frantically thinking you need to explain how your business works, your approach, and specialty, create interest in the person you’re speaking with AND communicate your value so they’

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Chapter News & Blog

NC Hall of Fame Winners

07/11/2018 | carolinefisk | 0
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30 Years of HR 5050

We're celebrating the 30 year anniversary of HR 5050, the legislation that made it illegal for banks to require that women business owners have male relative cosigners on business loans and lines of credit. NAWBO was the advocacy group behind the bill.
03/07/2018 | sarahglova | 0
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