CWB - Canberra of Women in Business

'formerly the Chamber of Women in Business'

Proudly celebrating 21 years in Canberra

Welcome to Canberra Women in Business, formerly the Chamber of Women in Business. We are a not for profit incorporated association supporting women in business in the Canberra region.

Our Members 
... run their own businesses
... are part of small firms and partnerships
... belong to professional organisations
... are employed by larger corporations and the government.

Who will be the 2014 business women of the year?

The 2014 Canberra Women in Business Awards are now OPEN

Entry Form can be downloaded here

Karen Groves‘Winning the Business Woman of the Year 2013 has been an incredible journey. The application process was an opportunity to reflect on my business—both in terms of achievements and areas for improvement. The media coverage was extensive and a
fantastic boost for business, as was the support of Canberra Women in Business. The awards enabled Successful Alliances to grow. I would strongly encourage all Canberra businesswomen to apply.’

Karen Groves / Successful Alliances Director

For more information about the 2014 Awards go to the Awards page or email office@cwb.org.au

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Read what members and supporters say about Canberra Women in Business:

"Canberra Women in Business is a community of knowledge, friendship and empowerment harnessed within a safe and welcoming environment. Canberra businesswomen supporting one another not only encourages personal and professional development, but creates a more equal business community which promotes skills sharing mentorship. I recommend Canberra Women in Business to all businesswomen in the ACT and will continue to support this valuable institution"

Minister Joy Burch MLA, ACT Minister for Women   

"Canberra Women in Business has a one track mind! Women In Business! That can mean women who run their own businesses or who work within a business or organisation both in the public and private sectors... As a long time supporter, I highly recommend the CWB to you." 

Mrs Jacqui Burke MLA, Then Shadow Minister for Disability, Housing & Community Services, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Shadow Minister for Women's Issues, Opposition Whip & Manager of Opposition Business

"I joined Canberra Women in Business when it was first established. I found the CWB gave me a great opportunity to network, share experiences and to learn from others. Members are always ready to provide invaluable support and expertise which makes it just that little bit easier and more fun to be a woman in business.

Kate Carnell 

"We have been members of the CWB since the inception of our business. It has been wonderful to be part of a group of like-minded business women, with such a diverse range of skills and resources to tap into. 

Morna Whiting and Diane Hinds
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