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NAWBO-Indianapolis impacts, influences and propels Indiana to be a leading state for women-owned businesses. Our goal is to propel women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide.

These podcast episodes will share the stories of our members, corporate partners, and other members of the community.

 

 

Dec 5, 2017

VAL Chair Jan Long shares the importance of NAWBO-Indy's premier event, the Visionary Awards Luncheon. Learn why you need to be there, and how members, non-members, and corporate partners can get the most out of VAL.

NAWBO-Indianapolis impacts, influences and propels Indiana to be a leading state for women-owned...


Nov 10, 2016

Learn from NAWBO-Indy President Carol Curran and former VAL Chair Jessica Nickloy about the importance of NAWBO-Indy's premier event, the Visionary Awards Luncheon. Find out why members should attend, how to get involved, how corporate partners and non-members can get the most out of the event, and why it's an event...


Nov 3, 2016

Learn from Carol Curran how to drive your business forward with character, consistency, commitment, and courage. In this special podcast episode, hear two reasons why you do not want to miss this year’s Visionary Award Luncheon, how Carol overcame being denied by 29 banks and building a billion-dollar business, and...


Oct 12, 2016

WBE and MBE certifications can make a huge difference in your business. This episode, we are joined by Amy Wolf, the Director of Certification for the Indiana Department of Administration, Division of Supplier Diversity; Debbie Ervin, the Indiana Certifications Program Manager for the Great Lakes Women's Business...


Jul 27, 2016

In this episode, we talk with Audrey Taylor of netlogx, an IT and security company that was started in 1998. Audrey shares some great feedback on her success in the highly competitive IT industry; what NAWBO-Indy members should think about in regards to information security management; how to make sure their data is...