Virginia Women's Business Conference early registration ends July 31

Do you want to discover the tools for success, make strategic business connections and feel empowered and inspired to take action?

The  Virginia Women’s Business Conference is the one event that can deliver all that and more! Register here before July 31 to get the early bird registration discount and qualify for giveaways and prizes. The event will be held on Friday, Nov. 16 at the National Conference Center in Lansdowne, VA.

Some breakout sessions and workshops scheduled: “Market Like a ROCK Star;” Let Go to Grow — Why Some Businesses Thrive and Others Fail to Reach their Potential;” “Building an Advisory Dream Team to SCALE Your Business,” and others. Throughout the day you’ll hear from female leaders in business and technology about branding, power networking, maximizing your worth, sales strategies, personal and business growth and so much more.

From the conference web site, here are some top 10 reasons for attending the conference:

Why you should attend the Virginia Women’s Business Conference:

  1. You want timely, practical information and tools to take your career or business to the next level.
  2. You are seeking strategic business connections with other successful women who are doing incredible things.
  3. You want to gain expert knowledge on how to market your business and earn the money you deserve.
  4. You want specific strategies to maximize your leadership effectiveness.
  5. You are looking for simple action steps to improve your sales strategy.
  6. You want to walk away with a step-by-step action plan to move you forward in your goals.
  7. You want to learn best practices from other successful women.
  8. You want to feel empowered and inspired to take action to make the necessary changes in your life.
  9. You want to discover the limitations that are keeping you from the next level of success.
  10. You want/deserve to take time for yourself. You time is valuable — you want to invest in personal and professional growth!

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