Women’s Day event June 22nd at the Womens’ Business Center

WBClogoThe Women’s Business Center is holding their first Women’s Day event to introduce the greater Columbus community to the Center on Saturday, June 22nd, from 11am-4pm. The event will be held at the Economic and Community Development Institute (ECDI), and will have multiple activities for aspiring women entrepreneurs and their families:

  • Become familiar with all the WBC has to offer to you
  • Network with other local businesses
  • Attend informative speaker sessions led by distinguished women who have left their mark in the Columbus business sector
  • Free health screenings and mammograms
  • Local Spa and Beauty parlor makeovers
  • Children’s activities

WBCeventThe WBC is a useful resource for any woman who has started their own business or is interested in creating their own business. Do you have a business idea you’re excited about? Would you like to be able to run your own business from your home? The resources provided by the Women’s Business Center, will empower you to reach your full potential.

Speakers include  Elizabeth Lessner, CEO and President of Betty’s Family of Restaurants, on turning your ideas into a small business success. TaKeysha S. Cheney, Founder, CEO, and Publisher at the Women’s Book on the importance of making connections and Jacquelin Holland, Program manager at James Cancer Hospital on health and balance in our lives.

The event is free, but you should register, if you are planning to attend an informative speaker session. See the schedule and register here.

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