Baltimore Metropolitan Women's Business Center
Providing Business Advisor services to Baltimore City, Baltimore, Howard, Frederick, Carroll, and
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Baltimore Metro Women's Business Center
Barbara A. Robinson
Have You Experienced?
-Reduction in Staff
- Decrease in Sales
- Disruption in Supply Chains
- Reduction in Online Sales and Marketing
We help Women Business Owners located in the following areas:
Baltimore City, Baltimore, Howard, Frederick, Carroll, and Harford counties.
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The Baltimore Metropolitan Women's Business Center (Balt Metro WBC) is a highly visible small business resource hosted by the Division of Academic Outreach and Engagement at Morgan State University (MSU), the premier public urban research university in Maryland known for its excellence in teaching, intensive research, effective public service, and community engagement.
The Balt Metro WBC provides business advisory services via education, training, technical assistance, and mentorship to small businesses in the Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard, Frederick, Carroll and Harford counties of Maryland.
The Balt Metro WBC’s commitment is to embrace women business owners with resources to enhance their business knowledge, support their ingenuity for growth and foster community investment through economic stability and sustainability.
Small Business Administration CARES ACT
Increases Opportunities and Recovery Solutions for Women Entrepreneurs
SBA’s participation is not an endorsement of the views, opinions, products or services of any cosponsor or other person or entity. All SBA programs or cosponsored programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least 2 weeks in advance. Contact 443.885.2244.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to provide Women’s Business Centers (WBCs) that are currently in SBA’s WBC Program with resources to provide education, training, and business advising to small businesses that have experienced supply chain disruptions, staffing challenges, a decrease in gross receipts or customers, or a closure as a result of COVID-19. Through the Baltimore Metropolitan Women's Business Center, funding has been provided to engage business advisors to work with socially and economically disadvantaged women business owners who have been impacted by COVID-19.