The WISE Women’s Business Center recently relocated, offering more space for the entrepreneurship resource program.
“We are so pleased to be situated just yards away from where we were before,” said Joanne Lenweaver, director of the WISE Women’s Business Center. “It’s a win for all of our clients and prospective clients since we remain near a major public transportation hub and can continue to offer our programming to the Downtown community.”
The Center occupies about 1,000 square feet of space but there is the potential to expand.
“The entire space is about 3,000 square feet, allowing us the possibility to expand in the future,” said Lenweaver. “The WISE Women’s Business Center is on a growth trajectory and future plans could include an incubator or even a training center to continue to bring as many resources as possible to women who want to start their own businesses.”
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