Women's Business Center of SC

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The Women's Business Center of South Carolina is dedicated to opening the doors of opportunity to professional women and women entrepreneurs. We provide tools to pursue, strengthen, and expand the business acumen of women through education, skill development, targeted programs, and other resources to achieve their goals. 

Join us as we strive for excellence in:

  • Uniting and Empowering Women

  • Offering Opportunities to Achieve Goals

  • Strengthening our Communities 

  • Professional Development

  • Networking

The WBC of SC offers quality programs, regional networking events, and local opportunities for engagement.


Local Resources

EIR, Richland Library- https://www.richlandlibrary.com/business-careers-and-research-center

Women Business Center @ Benedict College - https://bcwbc.org/


South Carolina Small Business Development Centers - https://www.scsbdc.com/


South Carolina Commission on Minority Affairs- https://cma.sc.gov/


Score- https://midlands.score.org/


SBA- https://www.sba.gov/offices/district/sc/columbia

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Start, run, and grow your business. Be part of a women-sourced, women-driven network of activity that results in economic growth for all. Our statewide congregation of women entrepreneurs is united through community and common purpose to add jobs, increase revenue, and achieve economic independence. 

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ADDRESS: 1301 Columbia College Drive, Columbia SC 29203

Harrelson Student Center 


For more info on Columbia College: www.columbiasc.edu

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Women’s Business Center is to empower women personally and professionally through education, entrepreneurial and professional programs, and professional skill development.

The WBC is divided into two sections: Entrepreneurship and Professional Skill Development. 

Entrepreneurship Section: For those women who wish to establish enterprises, the WBC helps them through providing education and resources, including programs that will take the entrepreneur from concept, product development, financing, marketing, market introduction and beyond. 

Professional Skill Development Section: For those women in business, who do not plan to go into entrepreneurship, but wish to advance their position and responsibility within their organization, professional skill development is key. Companies seek individuals with talent, ability and skills to help the organization to grow at all levels. The WBC offers programs to develop and hone professional skills highly sought by corporations.

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