Delray Beach, FL - The Florida Women’s Business Center is hosting the 4th Annual Women’s Business Conference. This event will take place 8:30 am - 3:30 pm on Saturday, October 21st at the South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach.
The Florida Women’s Business Center (FWBC) is a small business resource center funded in part with a grant from the Small Business Administration (SBA). The center is dedicated to assisting women in achieving their dreams by helping them start, run and grow successful businesses. FWBC hosts this annual conference to provide Resources, Opportunities, Connections, and Knowledge.
This year’s conference is focused on MORE …revenue, profit, opportunities and customers. Through keynote speakers and panelists, entrepreneurs can connect with innovative business leaders, who are there to share insights, best practices, and tricks of the trade. The conference provides access to successful business professionals and leaders in the community who are willing to inspire, share, and support the growth of women owned businesses.
The morning keynote speaker will be attorney, author and speaker, V. Lynn Whitfield, inspiring all with her story of a high-powered career suddenly halted by medical difficulties and the power to start again.
The luncheon keynote speaker is Sheila G. Mains, better known in the food business as Sheila G, CEO of Brownie Brittle. She took a treasured family recipe for fudge brownies and baked her way into a global business. Sheila G. has a great story to share!
The afternoon keynote speaker is Kim Prenter from the Federal Department of Agriculture, offering valuable information for home-based businesses in food, skin and hair-care products particularly organic and natural.
The cost for the full day conference is $79 (includes breakfast, lunch, reception and free parking.)
There is a grant available for veterans, contact Gail-Lee at 561-265-3790, x 114.
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