Asociación Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias

The Asociación Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias (Mexican Association of Business Women), established in 1965, seeks to unify businesswomen and entrepreneurs, increase their opportunities, and in turn generate jobs, wealth, and equity. The association encourages women’s participation in the economy and equal access to economic opportunities. Additionally, it promotes and holds vocational training, provides access to resources, and fosters collaborations. The group addressed the improvement of women’s living conditions and community so that they are able to engage in their economy. Finally, the association supports other organizations and institutions, both in Mexico and abroad, that advocate for women’s equality of opportunity and access in society. More specifically, it has built relationships with the Ministry of Economy, National Institute of Entrepreneurship Association of Banks of Mexico, Google, Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Office of the Taxpayer Advocate, Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare, and the National Institute of Women. The Mexican Association of Business Women offers services to a wide range of women, including programs supporting indigenous women and young entrepreneurs. The network consists of 5,500 members throughout 55 chapters in 26 states of Mexico.