Sept. 10, 2012
-- Women business owners face many types of challenges in managing a business day to day from developing a startup business plan to securing financing to marketing communications and branding development to building relationships with business associates and target potential markets to attract. One of the most important processes that entrepreneurs should include in their marketing plans is to build and maintain relationships with other women business owners. And, in South Baldwin County, a networking organization meets monthly for that purpose.
The Gulf Coast Women’s Business Association meets Thursday, Sept. 13 at the Craft Farms Clubhouse, 3840 Cotton Creek Circle, in Gulf Shores from 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The group was created to give local women business owners the opportunity to market and network their products and services to other like-minded entrepreneurs”
, began meeting in October 2010,
Membership is open to women entrepreneurs in South Alabama, and includes monthly meetings, monthly newsletters, Master Mind groups, 30 minutes coaching call per moth with Paris Love, and member business and service discounts. Monthly membership fees are $49. For membership information, contact Paris Love, (770) 722.2748,email email@example.com or visit the website www.gcwbo.com.