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  • 4 Women Leaders Relate the Value of NAWBO September 4, 2018

    As it’s been said: “Sisterhood is the essence of all the wisdom of the ages, distilled into a single word. You cannot see sisterhood, neither can you hear it, nor taste it. But you can feel it a hundred times a day. It is a pat on the back, a smile of encouragement. It’s someone to share with, to celebrate your achievements.” —Anonymous.

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  • I Promise August 2, 2018

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  • Hey, Ladies, It's Time to Rally July 11, 2018

    By Susan Gotham
    President and Owner of Gotham Professional Services

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  • She Found Her Value. Then Built a Business for Other Women to do the Same. June 4, 2018

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  • NAWBO Achievement Luncheon: We Got This! Red May 16, 2018

    Nail polish fan or not, who doesn’t love reading their names (can we all agree the namers have the best job in the world?). Look at this line-up for spring: Jealous Much, Cuba Libre, Come to Bed Red, V.I.Please (a rather nice shade of berry, actually).

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  • From The Executive Director May 16, 2018
    Jennifer Masi
    President of NAWBO Chicago and Principal and Director of Creative Services for Torque

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  • Welcome Home Christie Hefner April 10, 2018

    Courage - the voices of many rally for progress.

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  • Find Your Voice February 7, 2018

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  • Why Plan A Isn’t Good Enough Anymore April 6, 2017
    Why Plan A Isn't Good Enough Anymore

    Why Plan A Isn’t Good Enough Anymore

    Keynote Speaker for NAWBO Chicago’s 
    2017 Achievement Luncheon

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  • Do You Know Your Company's Worth Right This Moment? March 1, 2017

    Expert Insight: Do you know your company's worth?If you said “yes,” then you 1) are better prepared to face the future, 2) will reduce the risk of leaving money on the table when you sell your company, 3) have a better understanding of your strengths, weaknesses and key drivers.

    Knowing your value is akin to tallying up your talents and naming your salary – but on a much larger scale.

    Many business owners put off valuation until they decide to sell the business or address succession planning. Too late says Miller Cooper & Co.’s Daphne McCoy, Tax Principal, and Deborah Adasiak, Senior Manager – Valuations. They say knowing a company’s worth comes into play any time you ask “what if” questions. 

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