Tuesday, November 4, 2014 – The Kingdom Builders Center – 6011 W. Orem, Houston 77085
Owning your own small business is a constant challenge filled with many obstacles, but rewarding experiences. FOR THE WIN is a full day symposium that will provide women entrepreneurs with in-depth sessions, focused on starting and growing a scalable business. Hosted by the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance, WBEA Women’s Business Center, and SCORE Houston, the agenda will consist of keynote speeches and workshops on:
· Women’s Health and Wellness/Work Life Balance
· Leadership Styles, Influence and Vision
· Finance – Managing Your Money, Speeding up the Cash Cycle
· Negotiation – Techniques when Working with Internal and External Customers
· Business Development – The Sales Process
· Proposal Secrets– Next Proposal…Next Customer
As a title sponsor, Capital One is proud to support this first and one of a kind symposium that provide a platform for women to meet engaging speakers and gain the information needed to develop strong businesses and create jobs. With a goal to equip more than 200 women with mentoring, financial literacy, access to funding and high level business owners, FOR THE WIN delivers a successful road map to business growth and success. Additional information and pricing is available on the Events tab at www.wbea-texas.org.
FOR THE WIN will be held Tuesday, November 4, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at The Kingdom Builders Center located at 6011 W. Orem (between Fondren Road and South Post Oak Road). Your ticket includes all sessions, breakfast, lunch, snacks and a Mini Trade Fair. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
As a non-profit organization established in 1995 to increase business opportunities for woman-owned businesses and corporate members through education, programs, and professional networking, the Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance serves more than 762 certified women-owned businesses in our 94 Texas-county region. The WBEA serves as the host institution for The Women’s Business Center designed to provide free counseling and training to women entrepreneurs and is partly funded through a cooperative agreement with the U. S. Small Business Administration.