Women’s Business Center

Get your business going and growing!

The New Growth Women’s Business Center advances rural entrepreneurs in all stages of business development and growth. We focus on the power and potential of rural women to employ themselves, provide jobs for others, and build their local economies and communities.

Services

We are coaches and connectors. We make sure your business has the right resource at the right time. 

Services are available to men and women, and generally no cost.

The New Growth Women’s Business Center is funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Featured Information

4th Generation Farm Grows

4th Generation Farm Grows

Local food markets keep the 131-year-old Pearl Family Farm going. A new video series on wholesale production features Mike Pearl’s sweet potato crop. Produced by the Beginning Farmer Wholesale Project at West Central Missouri Community Action Agency.

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2022 Farm to Fork Summit

2022 Farm to Fork Summit

The 4th annual Farm to Fork Summit is a day of building market and community connections needed to strengthen area farms and secure good food for all.
In addition to practical how to sessions, participants dig into what local foods can do for rural people and places

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Contact

Tiffany Frost, Director

417-282-5936

wbcinfo@wcmcaa.org

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Location

SERVICE AREA

The New Growth Women’s Business Center serves 13 counties in west central Missouri and two in southeastern Kansas.

  • MISSOURI: Barton, Bates, Benton, Camden, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Henry, Hickory, Morgan, Polk, St. Clair, and Vernon counties.
  • KANSAS: Bourbon and Crawford counties.

OFFICES

New Growth Women’s Business Center headquarters are at The Liston Center, 508 N. Main St., El Dorado Springs, MO, 64744.

We also meet up with entrepreneurs at partner sites across our 15 rural Missouri and Kansas counties. 

HOURS

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evenings and weekends by appointment.

ACCOMMODATION

The New Growth Women’s Business Center accommodates clients who speak other languages and persons with disabilities.

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