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Women Entrepreneurs Boston

Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE BOS) provides skill-building opportunities, technical help, and networking. We help women entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses in the City.

WE BOS unifies and supports all women entrepreneurs. We help everyone, from startups to home-based businesses to established brick-and-mortar mainstays. Resources we offer include:

  • coaching and educational workshops
  • mentoring and networking, and
  • panel discussions.

About WE BOS Week

WE BOS Week is hosted every year in October. It's organized around a unique, central theme to resonate with and convene women business owners and entrepreneurs. Follow along on social media (#WEBOSWeek) and sign up for our newsletter to stay in the loop!

All WE BOS events and opportunities are listed on the calendar below as they become available for registration. Interested in hosting a WE BOS event? Please contact Abby Furey at with any questions!

WE BOS Week 2021 Events

2021 events

Update: This event has been canceled due to the weather. 

Celebrate WE BOS Week as Jody Rose, President of the New England Venture Capital Association sits down with leaders in the Office of Economic Development They'll discuss how we can stand together to support women entrepreneurs. The event will be followed by a networking mixer.

Location: City Hall Beer Garden

A conversation during the weekly Small Business call with Boston's leading women entrepreneurs in the food and hospitality industry. Invited panelists include: 

Moderator: Melissa Castro, Director of Operations and Business Strategy, Graffito 

Online event

RSVP for OCtober 26 event

Some of Boston's trailblazers reflect on their journey as entrepreneurs and cultural centers for the Boston community. 

Moderator: Hilina AjakaiyeVice President of Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau

Online event

RSVP for Black Women Entrepreneurs event

Join a conversation about investing and funding opportunities for small businesses. Panelists include:

Moderator: Paige Curtis, Boston Ujima Project

Online event

RSVP for Economic Opportunities event

We're holding a discussion about eco-sustainable businesses and their impact on a greener Boston. Invited guests include:

Moderator: Mariamma White-Hammond, Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space

Online event

RSVP for Women in Green event

Community Partner Events

During these times of uncertainty, many people are looking for resources that could help boost their small businesses. Digital platforms clearly stand out as accessible resources to many of us. They can be taken advantage as a tool for pivoting services online.

  1. Learn how to leverage sales with social media.
  2. Remain authentic as you build brand presence.
  3. Learn how to create digital engagement to turn fans into consumers.

RSVP for Boss Ladies event

Hosted by Amplify Latinx and Women of Color Entrepreneurs; speakers include:  

RSVP for Latina Entrepreneurship event

Enjoy coffee with Innovation Studio at their Coffee Networking Event to stay connected with the Boston entrepreneur community. This is your chance to catch up and share resources, thoughts, ideas, and ask questions!

Location: District Hall Boston |  75 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210

RSVP for Coffee Networking event

Hosted by Mainvest; panelists will include:

RSVP for  Small Business Renaissance event

Join women entrepreneurs and business owners for networking and appetizers!

Hosted by JP Centre South Main Streets

Location: Columbiana Restaurant | 536 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain

In-person event; no RSVP required. 


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