The Importance of Community for Women Entrepreneurs
“We know that ROI is about our return on our investment in ourselves and our involvement in the community.”
Anne Marie Doyle
Whatever you call it – your tribe, network, collective, or society – joining a community for entrepreneurs opens up a range of benefits to your business. We recognize the importance of a strong entrepreneur community that will motivate and encourage us to achieve our goals and dreams.
This atmosphere creates a safe space where we can
and receive support from like-minded entrepreneurs.
It’s this steady source of encouragement that helps push us past our fears, support our tenacity, and applaud our accomplishments.
No one understands this experience like other women entrepreneurs.
Our family and friends may support us but they don’t understand what it takes to grow something from the ground up. We have walked in your shoes and worn the many hats required when launching a business. The community will be the foundation for your success in business! Here you will find training and resources to help you take your business to the next level. Make sure you invest the time to connect with like-minded individuals to inspire, challenge and support you!
Competition Makes Us Faster. Collaboration Makes Us Better.
“Surround yourself with people that reflect who you want to be and how you want to feel, energies are contagious.”
What we put into our community, is in direct comparison to what we get out of it. We know that ROI is about our return on our investment in ourselves and our involvement in the community. Graciously giving back to the community is as important as learning from it. Brainstorming new ideas is one of the best aspects of entrepreneurial communities. We invite you to share what you are working on, what you want to introduce into your business, and any roadblocks you may be facing.
Collaboration is powerful.
It helps to expand and strengthen our businesses through connections, ideas, and creativity. When done effectively it can take your business to the next level. Many times we find ourselves overwhelmed, exhausted, or spread thin from wearing ALL the hats. With the right people, collaboration allows us to share our success, difficulties, and emotional load along the way.
How to Find Community
- Join a local business group. We think Denver Women of Cannabis is a good one.
- Identify entrepreneurial friends that get you and want you to succeed.
- Event platforms like Eventbrite or EventHi.
- Join a Facebook group that aligns with your business.
- Attend networking events, retreats, conferences, or masterminds.
- Follow people on social media and interact with them.