40.49% of Georgia businesses are women owned, but generate 4.8% of all revenue.
77.12% of women owned business in Georgia have revenues of less than $25,000 per year.
In Norway, the law mandates that 40% of board seats of publicly held companies must be held by women. There is no such law in the U.S.
12.9% of Georgia public company board seats are held by women; 2.2% are held by women of color.
Promote women in business throughout the Metropolitan Atlanta Area.
Promote the advancement of women in the workplace, including closing the gender pay gap, career development and board of directors.
Promote Atlanta as a progressive city by partnering with International organizations.
Promote leadership development in young ladies.
OPPORTUNITY: Giving back to our community by mentoring, volunteering and partnering with other organizations.
CONTACTS: Both business and personal. Assisting fellow members during travels and relocation by offering referrals.
PROMOTE: Act as your extended sales team by offering leads, referrals, career opportunities, job listings and board openings.
EDUCATION: Through interesting programs and planned events and projects.