Women’s Business Center Events

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Start A Small Business in 8 Steps

Tuesday, June 25  |  6 - 7 PM

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Protecting Your Energy as a Female Entrepreneur

Tuesday, August 20  |  12 - 1 PM

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Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Tuesday, September 10  |  10 - 11 AM

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21st Annual Women's Business Conference at the Pablo Center in Eau Claire

Wednesday, October 30  |  7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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Women's Business Conference

Women's Business Conference

Designed to inspire and connect you with other empowering women, this event will provide you with the resources you are looking for to start, improve, or expand your business. At this conference, you’ll learn from established members of the business community in Western Wisconsin, talk to business assistance providers, and network with other women in business.

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In-Person and Online Training

In-Person and Online Training

Flushing out your business idea? Attend one of our group trainings geared toward people in the business ideation stage or existing entrepreneurs looking for a competitive advantage. Hone your business skills by taking one of our business classes on topics ranging from recordkeeping, marketing and more.

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Kaurffman FastTrac Course

Kauffman FastTrac® Course for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

This 10-week course is designed to provide information, tips, exercises and tools to help you think about your business idea. As you progress through the course, our facilitator will help you define your target market, set realistic financial goals, and create a business plan to turn your dream into reality.

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Become a Speaker

Become a Speaker/Instructor

Would you like to share your skills and expertise with our female entrepreneurs? The Western Wisconsin Women’s Business Center welcomes proposals from qualified candidates to present entrepreneurial and business-related topics from their area of expertise or experience.



The Western Wisconsin Women's Business Center is a program of Western Dairyland Economic Opportunity Council (WDEOC). Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Agreements for persons with disabilities will be made at all times in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and associated amendments. Arrangements for persons with special needs will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider. Language assistance services are available for limited English proficient individuals.

Western Dairyland Economic Opportunity Council Small Business Administration