Moms in Business Unite Conference Gains Support from Kodak, World's Foremost Imaging Innovator Makes Generous Prize Donation

Kodak has donated two printers to the 2010 Moms in Business Unite Conference. One will go to the winner of the Inventor Showcase and the other will be raffled off at the September 15 event. Learn more at

San Diego, CA, August 26, 2010 --( The 2010 Moms in Business Unite Conference, offering an array of opportunities to enhance the professional and personal lives of women in business, announced today that is has received a donation of two ESP Office 6150 printers from the Eastman Kodak Company. One of the printers will be presented to the New Inventor Showcase winner and the other will be raffled off at the September 15 event.

“We’re very grateful to receive this generous donation from a company that works hard to design products with the needs of entrepreneurs in mind,” said Randa Cote, founder of SPE Solutions and Moms in Business Unite chairwoman. “Kodak’s focus on helping businesses be more efficient and productive fits well with our conference mission of providing support and encouragement to women business owners.”

Kodak introduced its line of inkjet printers in 2007, with the intent of helping users save money on ink without sacrificing print quality. Kodak understands that entrepreneurs’ dollars are precious, so they deserve high-quality products and services that will help their businesses prosper and grow.

“Women may be natural multi-taskers, but that doesn’t mean they should embrace a wider workload than they need,” said Susan Polizzotto, Kodak’s Worldwide Senior Future Product Marketing Manager. “Kodak is proud to offer product solutions that help busy entrepreneurs save time and money.”

To learn more about the 2010 Moms in Business Unite Conference, visit The pre-registration deadline is just a week away, August 31.

About Moms in Business Unite
The Moms in Business Unite Conference is the vision of five women entrepreneurs who united to empower and educate the growing number of women in business. The annual event, inaugurated in 2009, provides business education and solutions for establishing a balanced work and family life by bringing together accomplished instructors, relevant life and business topics, and a truly unique learning environment. It helps women and mom business owners pursue their entrepreneurial dreams by providing tools, resources, and guidance through the various stages of business ownership. Learn more at

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