Women’s Business Center of Charlotte
The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte (WBCC) helps women-owned businesses start and grow. The WBCC empowers women by offering tools and support to establish businesses, stabilize their companies, generate sustainable profits, strategize for future growth and contribute to the growth and economic development of the community.
Women’s Business Center of North Carolina
The mission of the Women’s Business Center of North Carolina is to promote economic self-sufficiency for all women in North Carolina through entrepreneurship. The WBCC empowers women by offering tools and support to establish businesses, stabilize their companies, generate sustainable profits, strategize for future growth and contribute to the growth and economic development of the community.
Institute Capital (ICAP)
Institute Capital provides debt and investment capital to affordable housing developers, community-based development organizations (CBDOs) and small businesses.
Small Business Transportation Resource Center
The South Atlantic Region Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC) provides advocacy and technical assistance training programs that help small and disadvantaged businesses build their capacity to bid on federally funded transportation projects.
Research, Policy & Impact Center
The Policy Center of the Institute shapes the core direction of advocacy, education, policy development and economic impact analysis on behalf of minority and women owned businesses.
Public Allies North Carolina
Public Allies North Carolina prepares young adults for leadership based on knowledge, expertise and values that promote diversity as a path to broad prosperity.
Upcoming Program Events and Bid Opportunities
We have built a staff with over 100 years of experience in the industry, as well as our industry intelligence and expertise in working with Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
In order to move our staff to this new fee-for-service structure model, we had to make changes in our organizational structure to provide more authority to the Program Directors. Each Program Director became more involved, with not only managing their staff, but also their budgets and expected outcomes. In addition, the administrative staff now provides support services to achieve the goals of the program.
Our focus was on:
- Operational Excellence
- Program Success
- Leadership Development