Lauren Kloock | Mar. 28, 2018

Resources for Female Entrepreneurs 

In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to highlight some small business resources that are specifically dedicated to female entrepreneurs. Creating a network of like-minded individuals is beneficial for anyone looking to pursue a business venture, especially for women. Below are eight organizations that support all the Queen B’s out there who are courageously starting or growing a business.

1. Mi Casa Women’s Business Center

Mi Casa’s goal is to advance the economic success of families with limited opportunities, as an organization grounded in Latino heritage. They offer entrepreneurial training, individual business counseling, technology training and networking opportunities to help aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners. 

http://www.micasaresourcecenter.org/

2. Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

As a membership-based organization, CWCC’s mission is to provide opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances.

http://www.cwcc.org/

3. Women of Denver

This group offers opportunities to help increase business knowledge, build leadership skills and connect with dynamic and inspiring women. With over 50 events hosted each year and 1,000 members it’s easy to find opportunities to interact with fellow female entrepreneurs.

https://www.thewomenofdenver.com/

4. Women on the Rise

An initiative started by The Commons on Champa, Women on the Rise inspires and supports women entrepreneurs by connecting them with the resources, expertise and community needed to help build their business. 

https://www.thecommons.co/women/

5. Women Who Startup

Women Who Startup is a global network of female entrepreneurs and innovators who seek rapid learning and support from other entrepreneurs and mentors.

https://www.meetup.com/womenwhostartupcolorado/

6. Women in Kind

Women in Kind is a workplace designed for women, by women, from the ground up. Their environment is created to meet the social, life and professional needs of women and is invested in the support and growth of female-led business owners. 

https://www.womeninkind.com/

7. SafeWord

An all women’s event-based collective where artists, creatives and entrepreneurs come together to share their talents and knowledge while fostering strong, confident, encouraging relationships through events, networking and building up each other’s businesses.

https://www.thesafewordis.com/

 

And for the Women of the Western Slope…

8. Women Interacting & Networking

WIN is a Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association networking group specifically designed for women to connect and do business with one another. Meetings are free and open to all women in business that are members of the GSCRA. 

https://glenwoodchamber.com/win/