Welcome to the GC4W Marketplace

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 women business owners. The GC4W Marketplace is an e-commerce site that will provide guests with the opportunity to support small women-owned businesses while viewing and purchasing various products under one application. Small businesses will feel supported and encouraged by a community to champions as they transition to a new world.

Support Small Businesses

Support Female Entrepreneurs


Danielle and Chantele – DPipertwins

Ezgi Todurge – Lordess Shoes

Nicole Amato – Amatostyle

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