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Through advocacy, connections and empowerment, Key4Women supports the financial progress of business women. For us, it all starts at the top – just ask Beth Mooney, our CEO.

Key4Women Benefits

  • We welcome women business leaders and owners
  • Tap into capital to build and grow your business
  • Get customized financial services and advice from a local Key4Women certified advisor
  • Access intellectual resources and articles on a variety of topics
  • Get involved with our nationwide networking events
  • Connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
  • There is no membership fee for Key4Women

Resources & Expertise

Certifying your Business

There are many benefits to being certified as a women owned business. Under the Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contracting program, the federal government tries to award at least five percent of all federal contracting dollars to women-owned small businesses each year.

If you meet certain eligibility requirements, you may be able to certify your business through the Small Business Administration.

Key4Women Sponsorship

We’re proud to support organizations committed to women in business, including:

Key4Women Insights


Being a Certified Woman-Owned Business Can Help Grow Your Company

If you are a woman who owns a business, there's an advantage to getting certified on both the federal and local levels. The government and large corporations are the largest buyers of goods and services and often award contracts specifically to women. What is the purpose of being certified? What are the advantages? What do you need to do to become certified? What is the difference between being certified as a Women-Owned Small Business and Woman Business Enterprise?

October 2018 Being a Certified Woman-Owned Business Can Help Grow Your Company

Current Trends for Women-Owned Businesses

Women-owned businesses are on the rise – and their numbers have grown significantly over the past 20 years. Of over 29 million small businesses operating across the United States, women-owned businesses account for approximately 39%. Read our whitepaper to learn what the future holds for these operations.

October 2018 Current Trends for Women-Owned Businesses

Recruiting More Women Employees to Your Business

Learn about why it's more crucial than ever to hire and promote women employees into leadership roles to help your company improve its bottom line.

October 2018 Recruiting More Women Employees to Your Business

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