UNION COUNTY, NJ - Registration is still open for the fourth annual Union County Women Mean Business Seminar, a half-day of workshops designed to help women business owners and managers succeed in today’s competitive economy.
“Starting a business is one of the most challenging and rewarding endeavors you can undertake, and this seminar will help provide you with new insights that can help make your efforts pay off,” said Freeholder Chairman Bruce H. Bergen.
The workshops include Art of the Ask, Turning Your Passion Into Profits, Uncovering Your Female Genius and other topics of particular interest to women in the business community.
“Many of the effective skills that you can develop in business also cross over into the non-profit sector, so if you run a non-profit or work for one, I encourage you to attend the seminar and learn how your organization can benefit,” said Bergen.
At the seminar, women will have the opportunity to network with experts and thought leaders in both the business sector and the expanding non-profit sector. The keynote speaker is Debra Vizzi of the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, an organization that has distributed approximately $1 billion worth of donated food since its founding in 1982.
The Union County Women Mean Business summit takes place on Wednesday May 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Galloping Hill Golf Course in Kenilworth.
A modest registration fee of $40.00 per person includes the full program with lunch, a networking cocktail hour (cash bar), and prize opportunities including round trip air fare.
Pre-registration is required by visiting Union County Means Business online at ucnj.org/ucmb.
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