One of our favorite ways to support our small businesses and startups is with one on one entrepreneurial coaching. Every one of our consultants have tremendous experience in building and growing businesses and they are ready to share that experience with you.
We know that building a business doesn't always conform to a traditional 9-5 schedule. We are here to support you through various free and low cost self study and cohort based online classes that allow you to learn and build around the schedule that works for you from wherever you work!
Here at the Women's Business Center at JEDI we serve our business clients with a large variety of in person and online classes, workshops and events.
Market Research and Product Development
Branding and Marketing Strategies
Sales and Pricing
Financials and Lending
Legal Aspects of Business
Leadership and Management
Join us in Redding on the third Tuesday of every month at noon. Women Entrepreneurs gather together to network and learn. Fresh content and new speakers each month engage us with professional development topics.RESERVE YOUR SPACE
SBA’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership (OWBO) oversees the WBC network, which provides entrepreneurs (especially women who are economically or socially disadvantaged) comprehensive training and counseling on a variety of topics in several languages. Since it was established in response to an executive order in 1979, the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership has fostered the participation of women entrepreneurs in the economy, especially those who have been historically under-served or excluded. In 1988 the SBA established the Women’s Business Center Program to better help women overcome continuing barriers to success by providing business training and counseling, access to credit and capital, and marketing opportunities, including federal contracts.
The Women’s Business Center (WBC) at JEDI provides in-depth, substantive, outcome-oriented business services to women (and men) entrepreneurs, both nascent and established business owners, a representative number of whom are socially and economically disadvantaged.