Women's Enterprise Organizations Around the World
Supporting women’s entrepreneurship has immense growth potential for the global economy.
WEOC works with organizations around the world to share best practices, collaborate on initiatives and advocate for women’s entrepreneurship.
Contact us to work together to support women business owners in your country.
Our International Affiliations
WEConnect International is a global network that connects women-owned businesses to qualified buyers around the world. They identify, educate, register, and certify women’s business enterprises, and then connect them with multinational corporate buyers.
Women 20 (W20)
The Women20 (W20) promotes women’s economic empowerment as an integral part of the G20 process. It joins the global experiences of women’s civil society organizations and women’s entrepreneur associations to implement strong recommendations within the G20 negotiations.
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
Founded in 1975, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the unified voice of over 10.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States.
Funded by the U.S. Department of State, IWEC provides networking, educational and mentoring opportunities for successful female business owners helping them gain and expand access to international markets.
British Association of Women Entrepreneurs (BAWE)
BAWE is an association run by women entrepreneurs, for women entrepreneurs. It is a network designed for women entrepreneurs who are looking to build high growth, globally recognized, sustainable and profitable businesses.
The Associação das Mulheres Empresárias em Portugal contributes to reducing all the inequalities that affect Portuguese women entrepreneurs as women and entrepreneurs, through studies, conferences, seminars and other supports.
Grupo Empresarial de Mujeres Argentinas (GEMA) aims to achieve advances and solutions for women entrepreneurs through training, leadership development, networking, trade missions and cooperation.