Calling all Women of Vision- Have we got a conference for you!
By Rosaria Cain
Looking to spend the day learning, sharing and networking with business women across the state?
Then your day is Wednesday, March 9th, beginning at 8am. You will hear panel discussions on the Future of Arizona, and one that includes Arizona gubernatorial candidates for a glimpse of what’s possible in the state. There will be breakout sessions for universal subjects such as raising capital, how to combat The Great Resignation, money management and marketing. Other topics will include policy, protection, risks and profits. There will also be networking breakfast, a get to know each other lunch and ample sessions to network and compare notes with fellow business owners, trendsetters and future entrepreneurs.
According to Past President Jean Briese, who organized the event along with Past President Angela Garmon and President Ania Kubicki, the mission is twofold. “In short, it is to strengthen the wealth creating capacity for women business owners and to promote economic development within the entrepreneur community.” NAWBO seeks to educate and advocate for women business owners and is a 501c6.
· To bring women across the state to discuss and understand some of the barriers women business owners experience
· To understand the voice of women business owners and bring in state officials to hear and discuss their concerns
· To create a space that builds connections that drive business growth
· To propel women business owners forward with business and professional development workshops
· To recognize women with vision across the state wo advocate for women business owners and advocate for their communities
Invest in You
The daylong pass to the conference is $89 for NAWBO members and $99 for prospective members. We hope that this also drives a sense of belonging. We welcome new women business owners for a path to grow, connect and be the face of women business owners.
It will be held in the scenic Franciscan Renewal Center in the shadow of Mummy Mountain in Paradise Valley/ 5802 E. Lincoln Dr.