"Moms Who Make It" Conference Inspires & Empowers Women
Mom Group Helps Beat Recession & Encourages Women to Achieve Their Dreams. Conference for Moms, Mom-Bloggers and Mom Entrepreneurs/Business Owners Empowers Creativity in Life and Business, Thursday, July 16th at Noah's, South Jordan; Presented by CreatedByMom.com; Primarily Sponsored by Wasatch Woman Magazine and Noah's.
“Moms Who Make It will empower moms and mom entrepreneurs,” said Quinn Curtis, owner of CreatedByMom.com. “This one-of-a-kind conference will help women gain powerful tools and insight to start or grow their business and creatively balance their personal life.”
Curtis is the owner of CreatedByMom.com, an online marketplace where women entrepreneurs can sell their product to customers all over the world. Women business owners like her are seeing huge growth across numerous industries. A recent decade-long survey shows phenomenal growth for women business ownership in the service, retail, arts, and wholesale industries with an increase of 69%, 130%, 116%, and 283% respectively.
Moms Who Make It fills a void in programs and tools directed at helping women overcome the challenges of raising a family, taking care of the home and contributing to the family’s bottom line. Special guests include Kim Christopherson (YouCanMakeThis.com), Rachael Herrscher (TodaysMama), Melissa Chapell (Raw Melissa), Kelly Anderson (Startup Princess) and Pamela Baumeister (Wasatch Woman magazine). Here is just a sampling of topics featured at the conference:
• Know the power in living your purpose; harness your creativity to build the life you want
• Balance your daily demands allowing sufficient time and energy for your family
• Cut your grocery bill in half while making mealtime more meaningful to your family
• Enhance your natural beauty holistically
• Know how to take your business idea and make it a reality
• Utilize social media to broaden your support base; gain hundreds of new potential clients
“If you are a woman who needs to take better control over her time and health and is looking to add or grow a business, Moms Who Make It will provide you with the tools to make that happen,” said Emily Hill, owner of georgie tees.
For more information about the conference or to purchase tickets please visit CreatedByMom.com.
After watching many friends make fabulous products and start their own businesses, Quinn Curtis had the brilliant idea to open an online boutique that made it easier for moms to buy and sell each other's products. CreatedByMom.com was designed as a one-stop shop for consumers to support moms and their creations. Like most moms, Quinn turned her dream into reality by building the site during naptime, in the early hours of the morning before her kids woke up and late at night after she tucked her kids in bed. For more info please visit CreatedByMom.com.