Submitted by Washington Center for Women in Business

The Washington Center for Women in Business created its fifth annual INSPIRE Women’s Business Conference for forward-looking women business owners and business leaders in our community. Attendees seek to increase their knowledge to overcome the challenges they face in business, learn new skills, effectively communicate value to their customers, and bring innovation into their organization.

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Jennifer Dye, WA SBDC Director. Photo courtesy: Washington Center for Women in Business

The virtual conference will take place from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on August 25, September 1, and September 8, 2020.

Day 1, August 25: Panel and Moderator

Panel: Nicole Green, South Sound Behavioral Health & Social B Marketing, Leah Morgan, Tacoma Night Market, Jennifer Dye SBDC Director and Angela Tohler, Nutritionist and Founder True You for Life.

Day 2, September 1, Choose a Breakout Session

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Angela Tohler, Nutritionist and Founder True You for Life. Photo courtesy: Washington Center for Women in Business

# 1: Logan Reed, Logan Reed Coaching and Call Me Unstoppable. Topic:  Conversational Intelligence: The Neuroscience of Effective Communication.

# 2: Natasha Ashenhurst, Mosaic Marketing. Topic: Building your Brand.

# 3: Taralee Muhli, Senior Director Transition 360. Topic: Preparing your Business for Sale.

# 4: Ann Adams, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Career Development- Saint Martin’s University. Topic: Doing Business with Multiple Generations.

Day 3, September 8: Keynote Speaker, Roni Sasaki

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Last year over 200 women attended the conference and event organizers expect this year to attract even more. If your target market is women business leaders, don’t miss this event!

WHO: Washington Center for Women in Business
WHAT: INSPIRE – Women’s Business Conference
WHEN: The virtual conference will take place from 11:30 – 1 p.m. on August 25, September 1 and September 8, 2020.
WHERE: Virtual Event.
REGISTRATION: https://washingtonptac.ecenterdirect.com/events/852178
TICKETS: Free. $15 donation, optional.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit http://wcwb.org/inspire/  or Robin Houde, Creative Strategist, WCWB @ (360) 464-6061.  

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Danielle Williams, Owner Pieces to Peaces and Founder Heart & Hustle Oly Night Market. Photo courtesy: Washington Center for Women in Business

About the Washington Center for Women in Business

The Washington Center for Women in Business (WCWB) is a program of the Center for Business & Innovation (CB&I), whose mission is to empower entrepreneurs to succeed in business by providing coaching, training, and technical assistance on a wide variety of business topics. The WCWB differs from other programs under the CB&I in that it’s Business Coaches are focused on helping women entrepreneurs achieve their business goals. The WCWB is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.  

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