Wake-Up Women in Business, Women of Color Roundtable: Atlanta

Wake-Up Call

Please join us for this important meeting!

In the recently released Report, WAKE-UP CALL, the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce analysis of the 2012 U.S. Census report found women-owned business revenues lagging and for Women of Color, the statistics are even more disparate. You can read our press release about this event here.

Did you know?

  • Women now own 36% of all firms but their receipts are only 4.23% of all revenues.
  • 70% have annual receipts of less than $25K
  • Only 10% have employees

And for Women of Color, the statistics are even worse:

  • African American or Black women-owned firms represent 15.4% of all firms but their receipts are only 2.97% of all revenues.
  • Women of Color own 28% of all women-owned firms, but secure only 14% of the revenues.
  • $27,753 – African American or Black women-owned firms average annual receipts.
  • $53,524 – Hispanic women-owned firms average annual receipts.
  • $170,587 – White women-owned average annual receipts.
  • $637,675 – Male-owned average annual receipts.

The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce is holding a series of roundtables across America to learn from women and women of color, build upon a set of strategies and work together to deliver the promise of American entrepreneurism to all Americans.

Access to capital, access to markets, education and resources, affordable childcare, raise American incomes, respect and value women of color — and all women business owners.

Agenda:

TimeItem(s)
10:00 amRegistration
10:30 am• Introductions of Attendees
• Intro to the USWCC and Review of the Statistics (and Other Economic Statistics for Women of Color)
• Discussion of How These Outcomes Are Impacting Businesses, Business Owners, Their Families and Communities
• What Needs to Change to Enable Real Progress?
• Strategies to Deliver the Promise of Entrepreneurism to Women of Color
• Next Steps
12:30 pmAdjourn

When We Focus Our Power, We Shape The World – Join us for this important dialogue and be the change for women’s economic growth.

Date & Time

February 26, 2016. 10:00 am – 12:30pm EST

Registration & Fees

 Click Here to Register 

This meeting is Complimentary to all attendees.

Hosts and Location

Hosts:

Diane Adoma – Owner, Diane Adoma Consulting LLC

Bukie Opanuga – President/CEO, Modavate, Inc.

Location:

Salem Panola Library
5137 Salem Road
Lithonia, GA 30038
770.987.6900