American Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs Corp.
Members are provided with information, professional development training and networking as well as a variety of programs aimed at increasing business contracts.
Department of Economic and Employment Development
National Association of Women Business Owners
NAWBO uses its collective influence to broaden opportunities for women in business. NAWBO's focus areas include: developing products and services that meet the needs of established women business owners; developing programs, workshops and educational seminars; expanding business development opportunities for women business owners; researching and communicating the evolving entrepreneurial models represented in women's businesses and expanding both group and individual participation in the global economy by building on its strong international relationships.
Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore, Inc.
This is an entrepreneurial training program designed to help economically disadvantaged women become self-sufficient through business development. The main components of the WEB program are: an intensive three-month business skills training course; mentoring program; financing strategy development; community networking; resource sharing; and professional business consultation.