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Thanks to the over 950 attendees who made our 2022 annual luncheon a resounding success. Clients, funders, partners, volunteers, staff and friends all gathered at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino on November 15th to celebrate WWBIC's 35th anniversary. Three industry...
WWBIC is thrilled to announce the continued support of Associated Bank and the Brewers Community Foundation for our clients through new funding for 2023. See photos, read a press release, and get more details here.
Our 35th anniversary luncheon celebration, themed “Open for Business,” showcases decades of impact and connects our small business community to our many partners and supporters. The celebration is two-fold in nature, with a small business market followed by a luncheon and program.
Approximately 150 WWBIC funders, partners, clients and staff gathered on August 23rd at the Wisconsin governor’s mansion for working meetings and celebrating the 35 years of impact WWBIC has had in Wisconsin and beyond since 1987.
Beginning in 2019, WWBIC undertook a third-party study to better understand the financial footprint of our business borrowers. This research analyzed data over a decade to better understand the long-term impact of our work in the aggregate: How WWBIC is making a difference in the lives and communities of the people we serve.
Register now for our 2022 “Make Your Money Talk” Bootcamp sessions! Join us for a financial empowerment series to learn:
– How to create a household budget
– Tips and tricks to improve your credit score
– Planning household SMART goals
Identifying spending leaks
– …and more!
WWBIC is here to help you take your next step in entrepreneurship. Let’s
move forward together! View our new July-December 2022 WWBIC Training & Lending Programs Catalog for your region now and register today!
WWBIC’s work is not solo – that is why we rely on all of our partners to help advance the important work of economic development. We are grateful for our recent partnership with The Kroger Co. Foundation and LISC (National and Regional), who teamed up with WWBIC to provide additional technical assistance to food-based business owners of color affected by the pandemic. Thanks to the generosity of Kroger and LISC, we are able to share a video featuring some stories of hope and opportunity directly from the clients to help “build it together.”
WWBIC’s annual celebration took place on Thursday, November 4th. See highlights including an event video, photos, a link to our new Shop Small Catalog and client directory and more here.
The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), in collaboration with the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) are pleased to announce the launch of the Black Business Boost Fund.
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