Networking at the WBC is comprised of special interest groups sharing experiences, good practices, and lessons learned which bring together individuals and small businesses with mutual interests. These networking experiences strengthen community bonds, enhance individual careers, and build bridges between businesses. The goal of our networking events is to guide and support women in building relationships, growing their businesses, and advancing their careers. Special conferences are held periodically throughout the year. These conferences focus on a variety of topics whether it be marketing, networking, or balancing work and family, the WBC strives to provide excellence in the business conferences and expos that it hosts.
Gathering of Interesting Women - This quarterly event (March, June, September, and December) is for roundtable networking/relationship building, not speed networking. Local business women gather around the table and provide insight into why they are in business, how they could help each other with their business, and learn something interesting.
Women's History Month - This special annual event held in March is a luncheon to honor a local woman who has made a tremendous contribution to our community. We also honor a Florida Tech staff member, faculty member, and student with the Joan Bixby award for contributions to the advancement of women at the university.
Space Coast Women's Business Expo - This annual event held in August is our lartgest networking opportunity. We invite distinguished guest speakers to offer tips and ideas centered on making choices, building connections, and creating impact. Local business representatives also showcase their products and services.
Success Celebration - This annual event held in November is our opportunity to highlight and celebrate our clients' successes. Passionate women business owners speak about their experiences with starting and growing a business.
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