NAWBO :: International Alliances

International Alliances

NAWBO is affiliated with international organizations in an effort to engage in meaningful partnerships to promote women’s entrepreneurship around the globe.

Asociacion Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias (AMMJE)
Asociacion Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias (AMMJE) is Mexico's leading organization for women business owners. At their annual meeting, AMMJE connects women entrepreneurs from Central and South America.

CARE
CARE is a leading humanitarian organization with women at the heart of its mission. NAWBO works with CARE to raise awareness about international microenterprise and support women who have taken charge of their lives by starting their own businesses.

Global Summit of Women
The Global Summit of Women is an annual gathering of women business, professional, and political leaders from around the globe who work to advance women’s economic and entrepreneurial progress worldwide.

Network of Entrepreneurial Women WorldWide (NEWWW)
The Network of Entrepreneurial Women WorldWide (NEWWW) was launched in 2006 to exchange ideas, information, and economic best practices to help members' companies thrive in the global marketplace.

The International Alliance for Women (TIAW)
The International Alliance for Women (TIAW) serves as the global umbrella organization that unites, supports, and promotes professional women and their networks to work together, share resources, and leverage ideas. The purpose of TIAW is to encourage, develop, fund, and implement programs that foster economic empowerment and advancement for women around the world.   

Women Entrepreneurs of Canada (WEC)
Since 1992, Women Entrepreneurs of Canada (WEC) has worked to provide Canadian women business owners with the resources and knowledge they need to grow their businesses.

World Association of Women Entrepreneurs (FCEM)
FCEM is non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and non-sectarian organization whose activities at the national and international level are aimed at promoting women’s entrepreneurial initiatives and reinforcing national associations of women business owners. FCEM is the acronym for 'Les Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises Mondiales, or World Association of Women Entrepreneurs. Today, the FCEM network includes over 60 countries across five continents.