The event will offer resources such as top guest speakers, learning activities and networking opportunities. An SBA representative will also be present. Businesswomen may now enroll in the conference online for a nominal fee to secure their places at this exciting event. A special rate is also offered to those who bring a friend. Vendors, advertisers and sponsors may also get involved in this “Year of the Entrepreneur”
A keynote luncheon will be held, featuring keynote speaker LaVerne Jones-Gore of LA Gore and Associates. Business seminars will be held during morning and afternoon sessions of the event. Chances at door prizes will add an extra element of fun to the occasion. Guests will also have access to a variety of trade show exhibitors.
Yolanda Lamar-Wilder and Cynthia L. Hatcher are the honorary chairs of the conference. Mistress of Ceremonies of Speakers will be Dawniel Winningham. Cheryl Broussard of SisterCEO will also be a guest speaker. Edward Foxworth III will be the HERO speaker, representing the male division of Women Entrepreneurs of America.
New special workshops will include “Bless Your Stress,” “Maximizing Your Potentials,”
Networking circles will give businesswomen phenomenal opportunities to connect with hundreds of entrepreneurs in the region. A representative of the SBA will be available for consultations and to give access to SBA scores. The result is sure to be a highly productive use of time for any woman entrepreneur.
The Women Entrepreneurs of America 10th Anniversary Business Women’s Conference promises to be a fascinating, informative and beneficial event. With top speakers, workshops and networking, the conference is the ideal place for women who are determined to succeed in the business world. Now is the perfect time to enroll to participate in this exciting experience.
About Women Entrepreneurs of America:
Women Entrepreneurs of America is the nation’s leading authority on empowering and supporting women run businesses. Founded in 2002, they have been assisting women entrepreneurs in starting and sustaining businesses across America.
In 2005, Women Entrepreneurs of America received national recognition for their landmark study of their Reentry Initiative Program, Project Return and in assisting women in transition. This study was responsible for exposing the harsh plight of America’s reentry concerns of ex-offenders returning to the community. WEA has also developed programs aimed at identifying and offering solutions that work to assist startup businesses, reentry initiatives and youth mentoring.
Women Entrepreneurs of America
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