Women's BUSINESS & Resource Directory
We all are on the same page about how hard women work. No matter if your title is official or not, what (if anything) you get paid or who you manage (your own children or a staff of hundreds), Rochester Women Magazine recognizes your hard work and wants to support you.
Our directory exists to support professional women in business, nonprofits and entrepreneurship. It’s a place for women to promote the work they do.
We are now accepting submissions for our 2023 Women's Business & Resource Directory!
Welcome to the 2023-2024 Women’s Business & Resource Directory, part of our September/October issue! This is a special advertising section to draw attention to women in business & nonprofits. Details and submission forms below.
Choose the listing you'd like and complete your submission:
This is your chance to tell your story. Let Rochester get to know you. What makes you unique? How did you get started? What are some challenges that you’ve faced and overcome? Sharing who you are is one of the best ways to inspire our readers to do business with you.
There are a limited number of cover spots available. All cover spots come with your choice of advertorial size. (full, half or quarter page, see rates below). This directory will be part of the September/October 2023 “Innovation/Business” issue of Rochester Women Magazine.
All non-profits receive a 15% discount. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your discount code.
All advertorials come with an online graphic with your contact information and logo.
Online graphics will appear on our resources page and will link to your website.
Business Listing + Logo + Tagline
All business listings include your full business name and website, phone or email. $95
Choose the listing you’d like and complete your submission:
We are proud to be a sponsor of the Women Entrepreneurs Forum – an organization that brings together women in business throughout the SE Minnesota region who wish to share knowledge and resources to support new business creation and growth. RWM is also working with Collider, to ensure that local entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs-to be have access to the resources they need to stay motivated and work toward their goals.
What issues in the working world have you stumped? Send them to us at AskSheTaxi@rwmagazine.com.