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4 Methods to Pitch Your Business

Learn how to pitch your business idea with these tried and true formulas As an entrepreneur, you never know where or when you will meet potential customers or partners – in the elevator, at the grocery store, or even picking the kids up at school. Will you be ready to deliver a polished pitch when

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Pathway WBC partners with McGruder Family Resource Center

North Nashville FRC to host Pathway’s cohort for entrepreneurs Pathway Women’s Business Center is proud to announce a new partnership with McGruder Family Resource Center in North Nashville. As part of a grant from the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, Pathway WBC is partnering with McGruder FRC to bring affordable small business education to North

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Power Surge Recap: Coach Stephanie White

Vanderbilt Women’s Basketball Head Coach Stephanie White shares advice for entrepreneurs at Pathway WBC networking event This June, Pathway WBC welcomed Vanderbilt Women’s Basketball Head Coach Stephanie White as the guest of honor at Power Surge. Power Surge is a dynamic networking event hosted each quarter at Pathway Women’s Business Center where guests listen to

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Social Media School for Business | August 2017

Pathway WBC offers free four-part social media class for small business owners and entrepreneurs One of the biggest requests we get from clients is help with small business marketing and for social media classes for entrepreneurs. Jacqueline Hayes, Principal and Chief Marketing Strategist of Crayons & Marketers, will be facilitating a four-part series: Social Media

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Pathway WBC Success Story: Angela Evans

Meet the entrepreneur behind Overbrook Medical Legal Consultants After twenty years as a Registered Nurse, with the last six as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Angela Evans was ready to make a bigger impact in her community. By merging her love of investigating with her expert knowledge of medicine, Evans set out to become “the Nancy

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3 Career-Boosting Reasons to Become a Mentor

Benefits of Becoming a Pathway WBC Mentor Pathway WBC is dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and supporting them on their journey to small business success – but we can’t do it alone! We need volunteers like you to join our mentoring program to support our members while they launch or grow a business. But first, a

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2017 InnovateHER Challenge: Local Semifinalist Announced

Dr. Luisa Leal, Owner of New Horizon Diabetes Clinic, named semifinalist in national SBA competition The U.S. Small Business Administration is hosting its annual InnovateHER Challenge for female entrepreneurs (read more about the hosts and judges for the local qualifying round in our earlier blog post here). We are thrilled to announce that the judges

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ChallengeHER: Women in Federal Contracting Conference

SBA to host free conference for women-owned small businesses interested in federal contracting   Great news for all our female entrepreneurs interested in doing work with the federal government! WIPP, American Express OPEN and the SBA are hosting their annual “ChallengeHER: Opportunities for Women in Federal Contracting” conference on Wednesday, August 2! The event is

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2016 Pathway WBC Annual Report

Strengthening our community through entrepreneurship Every day Pathway WBC meets clients who are ready to make more possible; whether that’s taking the leap into entrepreneurship or weighing big opportunities to grow their business. It’s our job to help them to make more possible for their businesses, their families, their communities, and their futures. Download our

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Pathway WBC Receives Power of Inclusion Nonprofit Award

Nashville Cable recognizes local individual and organizations for diversity and inclusion efforts Each year, Cable holds the Power of Inclusion (POI) Awards to recognize Nashville individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations that champion diversity and develop innovative methods to enhance inclusion. At the 12th Annual Power of Inclusion Luncheon, Kasar Abdullah delivered a moving and thought-provoking

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