WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS UNITED
Women business owners are no longer recognized just for being women who own business.
That novelty ended long ago.
Now, women entrepreneurs are recognized if their company is more efficient than others, or more employee friendly or more profitable
So women business owners spend a lot of time learning how to hire the right people get media attention, and win more market share just like men business owners.
And they prefer to seek advice from other companies.
That's what makes the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) different from chambers of commerce and leads groups.
When members attend NAWBO events, seeking tips on increasing the wealth creating capacity of their businesses, they're likely to sitting next to another woman business owner, not someone else's employee.
Networking opportunities are not the only benefit.
This year the Mile High chapter of NAWBO added programs and revamped existing offerings. This year's chapter theme is, "Grow Me -- Grow My Business." The goal is to help members gain knowledge that can help their businesses reach the next level.
Take luncheons for example. "We will work with the speaker and say, "What are three...