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With the impact of COVID-19 on small business owners globally and the difficulties many small businesses face in an ever-changing world. The Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W) is pleased to announce the launch of the GC4W Marketplace to support female entrepreneurs and small business owners. The GC4W Marketplace is an e-commerce site that provides guests with the opportunity to shop and support small businesses while viewing and purchasing various products on one platform. With each purchase, small businesses will feel supported and encouraged by a community of champions as they transition into a new world.

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