Women’s Business Centers & Support

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Women’s Business Centers & Support

Nebraska provides various resources to support women entrepreneurs and business owners. Programs offer training, mentoring, networking opportunities, and other services to help women start and grow successful businesses. By supporting women-owned enterprises, Nebraska fosters a more diverse and thriving economic climate across the state.

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Arrive Coworking Space

Arrive Coworking + Community empowering women in business and in life.

Arrive Coworking Space Information

Phone: (402) 890-9374

3400 Plantation Drive, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68516

GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center

The GNWBC exists to provide training, technical support and mentoring for women looking to go into business in the Greater Omaha Metro Area. The GNWBC service area includes Dodge County, Douglas County, Sarpy County, Saunders County, Washington County, and Lancaster County.

Eden Butler

Phone: (402) 300-8170

5752 Ames Ave
Omaha, NE 68104

Metro Omaha Women's Business Center

The Metro Omaha WBC empowers women with education, workshops, job training and resources.

B.C. Clark

Phone: (402) 763-0540

6012 North 102nd Street #34065
Omaha, NE 68134

Networking for Omaha Women in IT

NowIT is a professional organization for women in the information technology sector.

Marissa Kurtz

Phone: (402) 290-9288

18021 Oak Street
Suite A
Omaha, NE 68130

The Lily Pad Collective

The Lily Pad Collective is a network of female founders and young professionals who have a side business or plan to work for themselves full-time in the future.

Makayla Leiting

Phone: (402) 515-6805

Omaha, NE 68144

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) District Office - Omaha

The Nebraska District Office connects entrepreneurs across the Cornhusker State with capital, counseling and contracting services, supporting a vast network of highly successful small business ventures, ranging from home-grown, self-employment operations to larger businesses of up to 500 employees.

Jo Eckert

Phone: (402) 221-4691

10675 Bedford Avenue
Omaha, NE 68134

Women's Business Center - Center for Rural Affairs

When a bank can’t help with dreams of homeownership or growing a business, the Center for Rural Affairs can. We offer coaching and financing to help people become homeowners and to start or grow sustainable businesses.

Jessica Campos

Phone: (402) 870-1521

3180 West Highway 34, Room 200
PO Box 294
Grand Island, NE 68802

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