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American Business Women's Association (Maia Chapter)


Mary Shindell, (734) 996-3963

Opportunities for leadership, education, and networking for women of all ages. Meets 3rd Tues. 6 p.m., Quarter Bistro, 300 S. Maple. Annual national dues $115, local dues $24, plus dinner fee each meeting. Guests welcome. Reservations required. abwa-maia.org


Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber

2010 Hogback, #4 [map]
(734) 665-4433

Networking opportunities and events, educational seminars, leadership development, member discounts, health care programs, and public policy engagement for the business community. Dues based on number of employees and level of membership. a2ychamber.org


Growing Hope

922 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 786-8401

Supports local small business owners and entrepreneurs in food and agriculture, runs a community event space and licensed community kitchen. getintouch@growinghope.net, growinghope.net


Institute of Management Accountants


Angela Combs, (734) 878-6734

National organization for financial professionals sponsors speakers on technical issues and professional development. Publishes newsletter, Qualified Opinion. Meets Sept.-Nov. & Jan.-May, 3rd Thurs. 5:30 p.m., 3150 Boardwalk. Reservations requested. annarbor.imanet.org


LA2M Marketing Education


Stacy Collick: (734) 260-3425

Open to client- and agency-side marketing professionals, and those interested in learning about marketing. Every 2nd Wed. 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m., Revel & Roll, 1950 South Industrial, $5 at the door. la2m.org


New Enterprise Forum

2010 Hogback, #4 [map]
(734) 665-4433

Volunteer service providers, entrepreneurs and executives provide free coaching to help startup entrepreneurs perfect their investor pitches and connect with local and regional investors as well as other resources. Meets 3rd Thurs., (except Aug. and Dec.), at Ann Arbor SPARK Central (330 E. Liberty), 5 p.m. Meetings free to all. membership@newenterpriseforum.org, newenterpriseforum.org


Washtenaw Association of Volunteer Coordinators (WAVC)


Professional networking and support organization for managers of volunteers. Meets every other month at various locations; check website for schedule. wash.avc@gmail.com, wavc.wordpress.com


West Washtenaw Business Association

P.O. Box 2801, AA, 48106
(734) 436-1080

Strives to promote and support the local business community through education and networking. Plans numerous events: after hours, morning mingle, quarterly meetings, Jackson Road Cruise, and more. Dues $95. admin@wwba.biz, wwba.biz


The Women's Exchange of Washtenaw (WXW)


(734) 355-9185

Helps women business leaders connect and collectively solve business problems to grow companies, create more products and services, employ more people, and revitalize region. Works directly with business owners, CEOs, and business & community leaders to solve business issues, train up-and-coming young professionals, and connect available workers with jobs. info@wxwbusiness.com, wxwbusiness.com V




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