Targeted for Women in Business and presented in conjunction with the Canberra Business Council, this workshop aims to inform our CWB business owners how you can get the most out of your web and digital presence.
Search Engine Optimisation allows website owners to complete simple steps to get ahead of their competitors in the online space – achieving a first page position in internet searches increases your chances of customers choosing you over your rivals – and that’s got to be good for business right?
This workshop is FREE for CWB members only Register Here
This provides information on businesses owned and operated by our members, in addition to providing an Internet presence for members who do not yet have a web site.
Womens Business Information Resource
This resource was made possible by funding from the ACT Office for Women and offers useful sources of information for women to plan, grow and market their businesses in the Australian Capital Territory.
Our event focus is on providing our members with quality events that provide valuable resources and education, in addition to the opportunity to network with each other. We also provide information on other events, usually in the Canberra Region, that are revelant to business or are opportunities for leadership or staff development.
The Chamber of Women in Business (CWB) provides support and development opportunities for businesswomen in the Canberra region.
As the only business association, created and managed by women - focusing on businesswomen's needs - the CWB offers members a supportive environment to foster your business growth.
Please look around our site to learn more about the support that CWB provides, the benefits of membership, who our members are, and our events, plus find helpful information about establishing and developing a business in the ACT.
"The ACT Chamber of 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 the ACT Chamber of 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.