Woman-Run connects current and aspiring woman business leaders and owners through networking, mentorship, education and resources that address the unique needs of women in business.
Woman-Run with Rebecca Tennille October 16, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Wright Lindsey Jennings, 200 W. Capitol Avenue, Suite 2300, Little Rock, AR 72201
Woman-Run is a statewide initiative of Wright Lindsey Jennings, a law firm that has long served as advisor and advocate to woman- and minority-owned businesses.
Our firm is proud to have strong female leadership and attorneys who can relate to the challenges of being a woman business leader in the male-dominated business world. We created Woman-Run after identifying that our clients needed an environment where women and minority business leaders and owners can network, find mentorship, collaborate and support one another.
Woman-Run hosts events across Arkansas where attendees can hear from speakers on a range of topics relevant to them, as well as network and find mentorship opportunities with other attendees.
More information about Wright Lindsey Jennings’ work advising and advocating for women- and minority-owned businesses can be found here.
Meet Our Community Partners
WLJ and its community partners will host events around the state that help woman-run business connect and grow.
Woman-Run News & Events
- The Venture Center
- The Venture Center, Main Street, Little Rock, AR, USA
This article originally appeared online at Talk Business & Politics on February 13, 2019. Little Rock-based...
- Wright Lindsey Jennings
- 200 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR, USA
- Grit Studios
- 125 West Central Avenue, Bentonville, AR, USA
Todd Jones, a contributor and content manager for Talk Business & Politics’ Start Up, Technology...
This online series, written by Wright Lindsey Jennings' Rodney Moore and published by Arkansas Business, examines various...
- 2015 Technology Summit
- John Q Hammons Convention Center, South Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, AR, USA
The Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise division of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission promotes the growth and sustainability of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises by providing them with real-world technical and professional assistance, certification, procurement, networking, capital and contracting opportunities while utilizing our partners in state and federal government, higher education, lending institutions the private sector. Their main goal is to help these business enterprises contribute to the economic growth in Arkansas.