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  • Is my business considered woman-owned if I have male partnerships?
    Current industry standards defines a woman-owned business as businesses that are at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by one or more females. The "State of Women-Owned Businesses Report' commissioned by American Express uses this standard in their annual report to provide national trends on female-owned businesses.
  • What is WO3?
    WO3 isn't just a movement; it's a fiery dedication to empowering women-owned businesses through three pillars: Partnering, Promoting, and Supporting. Our mission pulses with the fervent desire to ignite the spirits of women everywhere. Born from the visionary mind of Tammi Relyea, the unstoppable force behind BRA-sériē, WO3 blazes with the passion to uplift women entrepreneurs. Tammi, a trailblazing entrepreneur from Northern California, is driven by an unyielding commitment to champion woman-owned businesses. With the launch of BRA-sériē, Tammi discovered a sisterhood of fierce women entrepreneurs, each battling similar hurdles in the pursuit of their dreams. This revelation fueled her conviction that together, we are unstoppable. In a world where solidarity is power, Tammi founded WO3 to forge an unbreakable sisterhood, a force of change that defies the status quo. With hearts ablaze and spirits unbound, we stand united, ready to inspire and uplift one another, propelling female-owned businesses to unparalleled heights!
  • Why should I participate on Saturday, March 30, 2024?
    Women often face more obstacles in launching and growing their businesses - access to funding is most often a significant challenge. A recent study showed the average-sized loan for women-owned businesses was 31% lesss than for male-owned businesses. Working together with collective intention, our financial support can make a difference! Imagine the thousands and potentially millions of dollars that we can bring to female-owned businesses in just one day!
  • Where can I learn more about women-owned businesses?
    There are so many wonderful organizations advocating for women-owned businesses. We recommend the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs.
  • I have more questions, how do I reach someone?
    We'd love the opportunity to chat with you personally! Send us an email to and we will respond to you promptly.
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