About the Conference

 

Women's Business Center

Receive technical assistance in all aspects of business operation including business plan development, feasibility studies, marketing assistance, business management, and operations.

Women's Business Center works with start-up, existing, and expanding businesses in Buffalo, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, and Trempealeau, and Buffalo counties. Our services are designed to provide entrepreneurs with access to individualized as well as group business training, referrals, financing, technology, and on-going business case management. Assistance is provided at our locations throughout our service area as well as on-site.

The Women's Business Center is a program of the Western Dairyland Community Action Agency.

Hotel Accommodations

More information to come!

Parking

Parking is available on campus in the Phillips Lot directly behind Davies Center, as well as the Water Street Lot and the Human Sciences and Services Lot. Exhibitors are asked to park in the Water Street Lot or the Human Sciences and Services Lot on June 8th. A shuttle provided by Tender Care will be available from the Water Street Lot to Davies Center. To view a pdf file of the parking map, click here

Pre-Conference Event: May 21st 

Arriving early? Come to the Pre-Conference Event on May 21st, included with your registration! More Information to come!! 

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The Advisory Board

The Women's Business Conference is brought to you by many different people and organizations who donate both their time and money to keep this event affordable and engaging. You can help us keep this popular event growing by joining our Advisory Board.

A special thank you to the Western Dairyland Women's Business Center staff:
Karman Briggs, Jacob Haupt, Kari Rubenzer & Dale Karls

This event brought to you by Western Dairyland Women's Business Center, a program of the Western Dairyland Community Action Agency.

Small Business Administration Logo funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Agreements for persons with disabilities will be made at all times in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and associated amendments. Arrangements for persons with special needs will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider. Language assistance services are available for limited English proficient individuals.