The San Antonio chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is pleased to host this September the 2015 Women’s Business Conference (WBC) at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter, in the heart of downtown just steps from the world-famous Riverwalk. Will you be joining us?
NAWBO-SA Propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide by:
• Strengthening the wealth creating capacity of our members and promoting economic development within the entrepreneurial community • Creating innovative and effective change in the business culture • Building strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations • Transformingpublic policy and influencing opinion makers
The right place to further your business… and yourself.
A NAWBO membership offers women-owned businesses a national and local platform to tap into the power of an already established community of women entrepreneurs. NAWBO-SA is about your company’s success in finding the right resources, connections, or even perspective to help take your business to the next level.
An investment in a NAWBO membership provides a portfolio of benefits that propel business growth and fuel personal and professional development. NAWBO is an unparalleled resource for women entrepreneurs seeking to navigate the various stages of business growth. Join us at our next event to learn more about NAWBO-SA, be it celebrating San Antonio’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards, mentoring a teen woman through Entrepreneurial Connections, becoming a Million Dollar Roundtable member, or participating in our Executive Partner Program to further support your fellow business owners. However you wish to participate and connect, our focus is on your future business success.
Interested in supporting women-owned businesses in San Antonio?
NAWBO-SA invites corporations to form a strategic alliance with the only organization that represents exclusively the interests of San Antonio’s 53,000+ women entrepreneurs. By supporting NAWBO you have a unique opportunity to build a strong and fiercely loyal brand platform, support the growth and success of San Antonio’s network of women entrepreneurs, and become a part of a dynamic community of women dedicated to building a legacy of entrepreneurial excellence.
Viva NAWBO! Want to start celebrating NAWBO's 40th Anniversary? NAWBO San Antonio commissioned this commemorative Fiesta! medal which was introduced at our Public Policy Legislative Day with NFIB in February. Our Public Policy Director, Lynn Weirich, took the opportunity to pin a medal on Texas Governor Greg Abbott after his keynote speech supporting small business.
Heather Tessmer is the Owner and Senior Attorney of Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC, with offices in the Lincoln Center building in San Antonio, Texas. Heather established her law practice in 2001 after earning her J.D. from St. Mary’s University School of Law. Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC, offers legal services statewide in the areas of Family Law, Personal Injury, Estate Planning and Business Formation.
Heather is known for her creative, edgy “Ever Argue with a Woman” marketing campaign in the San Antonio area. She was recently featured in San Antonio Woman Magazine and in the San Antonio Business Journal, receiving the honor of being named one of 2014’s Outstanding Lawyers. Of the fourteen named by the Journal, Heather is the only Family Law attorney to make the list. Her commitment to practicing law with integrity and providing compassionate legal service has made Heather a highly desired attorney throughout San Antonio and surrounding counties.
SAN ANTONIO WOMAN was launched in 2002 as the city’s leading lifestyle magazine about living in San Antonio from a woman’s perspective. Featuring leading women from the city and its surrounding areas, the full-color magazine offers perspectives on women in business, health, beauty, parenting, senior care giving, travel, arts and culture, dining and more. The magazine also designs and publishes special sections to spotlight causes and initiatives important to our readers including breast cancer with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, women and heart disease with the American Heart Association, The March of Dimes, Texas Organ Sharing Alliance, as well as for The Junior League and Girl Scouts, among others. The magazine also publishes annual directories for private schools, summer camps and women in real estate.
Over the past decade SAN ANTONIO WOMAN has developed long-term affiliations with National Association of Women Business Owners, North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Women’s Regional Publications of America. Read more about SA Woman...