Women in Business

Women in Business

WIB Committee

The Women in Business Committee (WIB) is a program of the Hallandale Beach Chamber of Commerce with a mission to engage, enrich and empower area businesswomen. Formed in 2017 by a group of Chamber volunteers, the program increases professional development opportunities through networking and educational events.

Empowering Oppurtunities

The innovative WIB program operates under a unique strategy - focus specifically on the needs of women in business. Topics explored in some of WIB Empowerment Luncheons include

  • Personal Branding
  • Business Coaching
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Business Etiquette
  • Living Aboard

The program’s leadership is dedicated to inviting speakers who have demonstrated excellence in their chosen fields, all of whom can relate to the obstacles and opportunities of being a woman in the business world. Networking events also offer the opportunity to expand business connections and explore potential partnerships.

While the focus of WIB remains centered on elements of business, the women of WIB certainly recognize the value of incorporating fun into each event. WIB offers a platform for these types of laid-back, enjoyable events, which didn’t previously exist in business circles.

Get Involved

Studies show, women naturally search for a community to belong to; a tight-knit group with which they share common goals, obstacles, and life-experiences; people who they can laugh with, learn from and appreciate. WIB is the group many Hallandale Beach area women have been searching for. The women involved mentor each other, encourage each other and when possible, do business with each other.

From major manufacturing plant CEOs to retail small business owners and every position and industry in between, Hallandale’s  professional women continue to see value in the economic partnering and relationship building offered through the WIB committee.

We invite you to engage in some of our empowering events and see how your life and career can be enriched by the Women In Business Committee.

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