If you’re feeling frustrated because you feel like you need some businesswoman-to-businesswoman camaraderie, don’t give up. Women’s events and meetings are out there; you just need to know where to look. Start with your Chamber of Commerce and your local SCORE office (disclosure: SCORE is a client of my company). Ask for a list of organizations to contact to get on their email lists. Once you attend an event, ask the participants what other events they have attended that they recommend. Check out American Express’s CEO Bootcamp online community to see if there are other live events you can attend. One of the 60 nationwide National Association of Women Business Owners Organization (NAWBO) chapters is sure to have an event near you. Also visit the Project Eve website to see how women business owners are helping each other on that online community. Finally, meet businesswomen and businessmen at a Web.com Small Business Summit coming to a city near you.
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