The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network will host the sixth annual Women’s Small Business Conference on Wednesday, July 29 in Durango, at 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. in the student union building at Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive.
Female entrepreneurs are invited to attend this conference to receive hands-on business training seminars, free one-on-one consulting, exhibitor tables with regional resources, breakout sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities. The wide array of themes makes it easy for attendees from all industries to learn the necessary skills to further their business.
This year’s keynote speaker is Sylvia Theisen, a diverse business leader who has spent her career in residential real estate sales and counseling employees of Fortune 500 companies. She is founder of She Takes The Lead, providing training and coaching to women in business.
Join over 340 like-minded female entrepreneurs from the Four Corners region for this exciting, interactive day filled with hands-on business training seminars, one-on-one consulting, exhibitor tables and networking opportunities.
Topics for break-out sessions through-out the day include: Opening the Doors to Federal Government Contracting; Know your Numbers, Know your Business; Idea Exchange with Bethany Niccum; Creating Wellness in the Workplace, by Dr. Nicola St. Mary; Listen & Thrive, Kim Muriyama; 5 Things Women do that Undermine their Bottom Line, and 5 Easy Solutions by Keneen McNiven, D.C.; Using Word Press in the Workplace with Marcy Mitchell; and Social Media - Changing the way we communicate with our customers by Jessika Buell.
The full day includes breakfast, lunch and networking reception in the Fort Lewis College Student Union.
Cost is $50, and scholarships are available. Details: coloradosbdc.org/events. Use promo code “flyer” for $10 off before July 17.