Women’s Elevation Magazine empowers new and experienced female entrepreneurs through business, spiritual health and wellness advice and tips, as well as inspirational feature articles. Founder/CEO DeLisha Sylvester was inspired to create the magazine after navigating through her own struggles and encountering other women with similar experiences. “Through those interactions, I began to feel the need to tell the stories of these women. I wanted to promote their businesses, as well as get insight on the trials that they had to go through in order to run a successful business. By sharing this information, I knew that I would inspire someone to either start their own business or continue on their journey with a better understanding of how to run a business.”
During the Women’s Elevation Magazine launch party entrepreneurs from various walks of life will be united for the sole purpose of networking and building together. At the same time it marks the beginning of a bright future for WE Magazine and supports a great cause that uplifts and inspires young girls to dream – Sisters4Sisters, Inc.
Sponsor and vendor opportunities are still available. Email email@example.com if interested. To learn more about the publication and read the latest issue, visit www.womenselevationmagazine.com.
About Women’s Elevation Magazine
Founded in August of 2012, Women’s Elevation Magazine is a monthly publication that supports women who have experienced the painstaking struggle of starting their own businesses and the journey it took them to get where they are. WE Magazine introduces its readers to inspirational businesswomen across the United States. We ask them more than just “How did you start your business?” or “What struggles do you face in business?” We ask questions to help guide others who are looking to start their own businesses. Through the promotion of women in business we help educate those around them on the services they provide, as well as, help them reach a wider demographic. Follow @WElevationMag (http://www.twitter.com/
Sisters4Sisters is a 501(c) (3) national, community-based organization dedicated to the empowerment of women and girls in mind, body and spirit through enlightening workshops on personal and professional development and training along with engaging community outreach in the areas of domestic violence, HIV-AIDS, homelessness, women's health and mentoring young girls and tweens. Visit http://www.sisters4sisters.com to learn more.
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