Wednesday, January 25, 2006

News: SBA Unveils New Business Web Site for Women

New SBA Web Portal MY BIZ for Women Offers Women Entrepreneurs New Online Tool for Business Start-Up

WASHINGTON (January 25, 2006) – The U.S. Small Business Administration today announced the launch of MY BIZ for Women, a new online tool designed to provide comprehensive business information and assistance to women entrepreneurs.

MY BIZ for Women is designed to be the first step for all women business owners, providing one-stop access to information for women entrepreneurs highlighting the best resources the government has to offer. The Web portal provides information on starting and growing a small business, gaining access to capital and contracting opportunities and links to other government agencies and SBA resource partners offering business counseling, a state-by-state listing of SBA’s Women’s Business Centers and other resource information.

The Web site can be found at: SBA - My Biz for Women

Friday, January 13, 2006

Article of Interest: What Women Entrepreneurs Want


Women entrepreneurs want the same things men want -- access to capital, training and markets. But women with businesses of $1 million or more are twice as likely as male counterparts to seek advice from a mentor and they want to be taken seriously. That's why women's business networks matter.

So if you run a $1 million plus business, make joining WPO your priority in 2006.

Read the article here, "What Do Women Want?"

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Blog of Interest: Entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki

As Managing Director of Garage ... Guy Kawasaki says, "Let the good times role!" So Happy New Year and when time permits, check out Guy's new blog. If you don't know who he is, you better get with it and get going!

Best wishes for a BOLD 2006 filled with delights in every direction,