We strive to be more than just a center, but the "Center" for women veteran business success!

Breaking ground for women veterans!

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co-Working space

Offering access to collaborative work spaces, business equipment, on-site mentors/coaches, funding options and networking

The space includes a Conference & Copy Center available meeting and training facilities with advance technology and a Café Lounge

enrichment Activities

Offers a quarterly schedule of activities promoting, relationship development, work life balance, personal/professional empowerment sessions including; but not limited to, leadership, business fundamentals and growth acceleration. 

Designed to provide access to the resources you need to succeed. 


Expansion and Advancement opportunities are offered via two unique programs

The Entrepreneur Expansion Initiative provides women entrepreneurs up to 12-months of one-on-one business support, including, but not limited to: an intensive revenue review, management make-over, marketing mechanics, technology tactics and a strategy sales strategy to help scale their businesses for success.

The Professional Pipeline for Advancement is designed to match unemployed and underemployed women veterans with small businesses positioned for growth and expansion.

Our mission in action

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Leading the way to developing long-term lending relationships!

Coming Soon! Full 4 day series, includes sessions on credit repair, developing your income statement, cash flow and balance sheet.

Watch our calendar and social media for upcoming dates/times!

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Leveraging public and

private opportunities!

Funded in 2019 to help you get certified and secure your first contract.

Watch our calendar and social media for the open application process.

Advocating for relevant research, services and funding

Identifying and addressing the vast variety of issues facing women veteran business owners is a difficult task, which requires the engagement of numerous individuals and organizations with a systematic purposeful strategy for success. The Veteran Women's Enterprise Center in southern Dallas is just the beginning.

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