Women’s Business Center of Utah helps women start and grow their own businesses.

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Please note: due to COVID-19, we are conducting all training and advising online via Zoom. More information here.

How can we help?

All Utah women business owners can have the female-friendly mentorship and support they need to start something great or go big with their company through WBCUtah’s services.

Please note: no in-person services at this time, everything is conducted via video chat.
Meet with a business advisor or join a group training session.

Use the learning library to watch pre-recorded webinars or take a course.

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News & Events

Join us for an event or training and meet and learn from other business owners like you. Currently all of our trainings are virtual.

Applications are now open in English and Spanish for the Women’s Entrepreneurial Conference Grant Competition. Click to learn more and apply!

JANUARY 28 – You have the business worked out, but now you need SALES! Let’s dive into marketing methods and how to use them to your advantage.

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Where We Are

WBCUtah serves Utah women business owners in all 29 counties with offices in Cedar City and Salt Lake City, a dozen virtual centers and through our online training.

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Our Northern Region (Salt Lake City office) encompasses Cache, Daggett, Duchesne, Box Elder, Davis, Morgan, Rich, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele, Uintah, Utah, Wasatch and Weber counties.
Our Southern Region (Cedar City office) encompasses Beaver, Carbon, Emery, Garfield, Grand, Iron, Juab, Kane, Millard, Piute, San Juan, Sanpete, Sevier, Washington and Wayne counties.

Women’s Business Center of Utah has helped me develop my business plan into something that I never thought was possible and personally it has helped me with self-confidence and drive.

Mika Lee
Mika Lee
Owner, Honey Teahive

If it weren’t for the support, mentorship and training of the Women’s Business Center of Utah, Snap Shop Photo would not be as successful.

Sasha Taylor
Sasha Taylor
Owner, Snap Shop Photo

Think BIG

  • Instead of renting space at a salon, try opening your own salon.

  • Instead of opening a retail business, move up the supply chain and sell products wholesale.

  • Have you considered selling outside our borders?

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From Our Blog

Visit our blog for business tips and local business owner spotlights.

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