Women Push the Fast Forward Button
on their Businesses at the
Women’s Small Business Expo
What if women could push
the fast forward button on their businesses? What makes the Women’s
Small Business Expo different from other conferences is that women
are not just observers, they are active participants in shaping
their future. In one weekend, they will write their Entrepreneurial
Success Plans, create their destiny, crank up their businesses and
The Women’s Small Business Expo will take place at the Marriott
Desert Springs in Palm Springs, California on October 8-10, 2004.
At the Expo, women of different generations and backgrounds will
come together, learn success secrets from the nation's top business
leaders, and participate in power networking and accelerated learning.
The innovative discussion groups and experts' roundtables, designed
by and for women, focus on crucial issues and challenges that effect
women’s entrepreneurial lives.
The seminar topics include
growth strategies for tough times, access to capital, internet wealth,
sales, marketing, media, branding and avoiding the most common business
Hollander, the founder of the Expo and author of the book, Bags
to Riches by the Wealthy Bag Lady: 7 Success Secrets for Women in
Business, says, “The Women’s Small Business Expo is
all about high-octane entrepreneurial power. Only 20% of all businesses
succeed. We want women to give women the edge to be part of that
Women who haven’t started their businesses
yet will benefit by learning good habits, rather than un-learning
bad ones. Female entrepreneurs will discover how to eliminate the
barriers to success. Both service and product businesses will get
strategies they can implement immediately so they can hit the ground
running and take their business to the next level.
to the Center for Women’s Business Research, Women are starting
businesses at twice the rate of men, claiming their true economic
freedom and rebuilding America. Women make or influence over 80%
of all purchases in America. Currently there are over 10.1 million
women-owned businesses employing 18 million people and generating
$2.3 trillion in sales.
Today’s economy is actually sparking the rise in women-owned
businesses. Women are starting businesses after being downsized
or laid off. The biggest reason for the rise in women-owned business
growth is the desire for freedom and independence. The Expo is part
of Women’s Small Business Month.
For more information, call 866-Women-Biz or go to www.WomensSmallBusinessExpo.com.