The conference is coordinated by New Hampshire Grand, the Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network and the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.
What does WREN stand for?
WREN stands for Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network
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- Willard R. Espy Literary Foundation
- Water Resources and Environmental Management (college degree)
- Water Resources Engineering and Management (various universities)
- Western Regional Emergency Medical System, Inc. (Cheektowaga, NY)
- World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development
- Washington Research Evaluation Network
- Water Resources Education Network
- Wild Register Address Compare Enable Register (computer programming)
- Winnipeg Refugee Education Network (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
- Women's Royal Naval Service
- World Radio for the Environment (UK)
- World Renewable Energy Network
- Women's Royal Naval Service (W.R.N.S.)
- Wisconsin Real Estate Options
- Western Regional Extension Publication
- Western Route Export Pipeline (Baku-Supsa)
- Wetlands Reserve Enhancement Program (USDA)
- White River Environmental Partnership (various locations)
- Wind River Environmental Quality Commission (Fort Washakie, WY)
- Worker, Retiree, and Employer Recovery Act of 2008 (US)
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About the Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) Headquartered in Bethlehem, NH, WREN encourages women and girls through an exchange of resources, the development of community, the opportunity to gain new skills and the achievement of economic independence.
The CDFA also has approved CDBG awards totaling $340,000 to fund microenterprise efforts at three economic development incubators--the Enterprise Center of Plymouth, the Hannah Grimes Center in Keene, and the Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network in Bethlehem.
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Tuesday, March 9 Where: Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network, Bethlehem Cost: $24 WREN members, $30 non-members Contact: WREN, 603-869-9736, wrencommunity.
The Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network, or WREN, is looking to put a lot more eggs in its basket, so to speak.
The Bethlehem-based Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network has once again been selected as a partner for the Women and Company Microenterprise Boost Program, an equity award program supported by a grant from the Citigroup Foundation and Women and Company.
Join the Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network to learn more about its business planning program.