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37 days ago
Last week, we had the great pleasure of speaking with Becky Harris of Catoctin Creek Distilling Company. We hope you find her startup and success story as inspirational as we do!
(part 1 of 2)
38 days ago
With this interview series, our hope is that you will be able to find that certain something in one of the profiled women entrepreneurs so that you, too, may be inspired to take that next step…
184 days ago
The biggest mistake I see is that entrepreneurs don’t give enough attention to brand. Brands need investment, expertise, and constant attention. It’s your most valuable business asset. It’s your relationship with your customer. You need to keep it healthy – and it will help you build loyalty.
201 days ago
Join us with Yao Huang for this special evening workshop on the evening of Thursday 9/26 just for WomanCon attendees.
There are only 30 spots in this workshop, so don’t wait!
Do you have an idea you want to turn into a company? We will go over the components that make viable businesses…
206 days ago
I find the lessons outlined in the bestselling book, “Lean In” to be both inspiring and disappointing. They simply don’t address those of us who have “Stepped Out” of the workforce. Women of my age (let’s just say it’s over 40) are unique in that we are probably the first generation of professional and successful women who go back to work after a significant period of time off. The real question is, how do we do it without starting at the bottom?
237 days ago
We’ve got a very cool venue for the first ever WomanCon – the elegant Elebash Recital Hall at the CUNY Graduate Center, located in the landmark former B. Altman building on Fifth Avenue between 34th & 35th Streets, across from the Empire State Building.
As an event planner, the basics are always the first things I look for – is it easy to get to? Check – great location close to the B,D,M,F trains, Penn Station, and Grand Central. But even more important…