San Diego, CA, March 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Moms in Business Unite, offering a unique educational conference to enhance the professional and personal lives of women and mom business owners, announced today that it has joined the broadcast lineup at MomTV.com and will be airing an hour-long show on the third Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. Pacific time. The first episode, on March 17, accessible at http://www.momtv.com/moms-in-business-unite, will feature Robin Kaplan, founder of San Diego Breastfeeding Center and MIBU Social Media committee chair, discussing how to get your message noticed using social media.
“We started Moms in Business Unite to support women and mom business owners by offering education that isn’t available anywhere else,” said Randa Cote, founder of SPE Solutions and MIBU chairwoman. “Being associated with MomTV.com is a great way to enhance our engagement with our target audience, especially with women who can’t easily access one of our five conference cities.”
MomTV.com, the first video portal especially created for moms, attracts both community members and live show viewers, and its on-demand video channels represent 20 of the hottest topics moms chat about. MomTV’s community also allows moms to network and share photos, videos, and blogs.
MIBU’s MomTV.com show will provide great educational content and general excitement for its five 2011 conferences: Atlanta (May 19), San Diego (August 3), Denver (September 21), Boston (October 12) and Detroit (October 19). More information, including early bird registration, is available at www.momsinbusinessunite.com.
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 San Diego 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 www.momsinbusinessunite.com.