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Networking and Building Connections in the Black Women Business Community

by: Jennylyn Mañaga

For Black women, there have always been systemic sexism and racism rooted in the system so there is a distinct disadvantage when it comes to social support. Networking and building can be essential for overcoming these challenges.

Did you know that 50 to 80% of jobs are filled through networking? Black women entrepreneurs and business owners can flourish by establishing the support networks they need for more credibility, partnerships, opportunities, and emotional as well as financial support. It is also important to establish your name and create a community of your own that supports and nourishes your business.

If you are not sure where to find a networking group that empowers women, especially Black entrepreneurs and business owners and men who support; join us at Women Into Networking (W.I.N).

Connect on LIVE Audio

Join hundreds of Women Professionals, CEOs, & Business Owners every weekday at Clubhouse at 8 am & 2 pm EST to network, promote, and collaborate with like-minded professionals.

Join us at W.I.N. Round Table Talks’ an open discussion on LinkedIn LIVE (livestream) every 1st Tuesday of each month at 11 am EST.

Join us every 3rd Sunday at 2:00 pm EST of each month for a virtual networking event.

Connect in Person

Join us at our monthly Brunch Meetups at locations in cities across the US and outside such as the UK, to empower, connect, and collaborate with like-minded Women Professionals & the Men who support us.

Click below to see where and the date of our upcoming events!


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