What is the women business owner movement? Why does it matter? How do we move forward?
Hundred’s of female entrepreneurs, community partners and political leaders gathered at the 2014 Women’s Business Conference by the National Association of Women Business Owners to ask those questions.
For 40 years NAWBO has been supporting women business owner through advocacy, business tools and connections.
The majority of this conference is programming designed to help improve small businesses. The best part of the conference is what I learned from the attendees and the history behind NAWBO and what it means to our future. That is what I share during this video which can also be heard as part of my regular podcast.
I will discuss the best business tips I heard during the conference, the latest new tools and best practices for NAWBO chapters.
I give you all the highlights and how I am going to directly apply them to my small business.
After watching if you want to learn more or get the powerpoints from the actual presenters here is a list of the speakers I discuss:
The History and Influence of NAWBO with Terry Nesse, Patti DeDominic, Dottie Gandy,
Keynote Muffy Davis is a 3-Time Gold Medalist Paralympian
The Power of Fascination: Drive your business by asking the right questions (Coco Soodek)
POWER OF TECH-KNOWLEDGE-Y with Geek Girl
Lunch Panel (I share a lot of tips from this panel. FOLLOW THESE WOMEN!)
Susan Duffy, Ph.D.
Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL)
Host, MSNBC’s Your Business
THE Small Business Expert
Join In! Share what you heard and talk about how we are going to APPLY what we learned to our businesses and our chapter. Or hear what you missed!
You don’t need to be a NAWBO member just interested in the future of women business owners.