AIWN Networking Partners

National Association of Women Business Owners Atlanta (NAWBO Atlanta) is the voice of Georgia's Woman-Owned Businesses. We provide educational programs, business alliances, tools and resources that help women business owners grow their businesses and increase their profitability. NAWBO Atlanta uniquely supports the interests of women entrepreneurs across all industries and professions. As partners, NAWBO members can attend AIWN events at a reduced rate.






"Maintaining Your Clients...the Art of Retention?"

When: Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 5:30 PM until 7:00 PM
Where: Bellwood Social House
1000 Marietta Street NW, Suite 202
Atlanta, GA 30318

Cost: $15 Per Person
Cash Bar Available

Join the National Association for Women Business Owners (NAWBO) in Atlanta for one of our signature NAWBO Networking Mixers. You won’t want to miss this wonderful opportunity to meet & mingle with other Atlanta business owners and grow your networking circle. The NAWBO Board of Directors will be on hand to share their business tips to success and answer any questions you may have on how NAWBO can be an asset to you and increasing you revenue in 2015.

Please call Julie Marino with any questions, 678-534-8092 or email at





Making Your Strategy a Reality: Setting Achievable Goals
Tools to put together a strategic and successful business plan for the new year
Featuring: Linda Hughes, The Great Ridge Company

When: Thursday, February 12th, 2015, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Where: The Georgian Club
100 Galleria Parkway, SE - Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30339

Cost: $40 Members; $45 Affiliates; $50 Non-Members

Most business owners develop some form of a yearly strategy. Whether the strategy is a fancy document or on the back of a cocktail napkin, the strategy sets a direction for the company. Having a direction is just the first step to success. In this presentation, we will discuss the next most important step in realizing strategic success - setting goals.

Goal setting can be a difficult activity for many reasons: lack of focus, no clear measure of success, being a chronic over-acheiver, or not rallying the company to achieve the goals. At the end of this meeting you will walk away with a set of guidelines for establishing the goals that will make your strategy a success. And, as a bonus, you will also have at least one well structured goal for your company's specific strategy.

Let's start 2015 with goals we can achieve!