Atlanta, GA, May 16, 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 the opportunity to attend its first Atlanta conference, on Thursday, May 19, is still available. Online registration will be open through May 18, and walk-ins will be welcome on the day of the event.
“The buzz is growing as we get closer to our inaugural Atlanta event,” said Cristen Lebsack, MIBU VP, Operations & Finance. “We want to be sure that all women who want to attend have the chance to do so, even if they can’t finalize their plans until the day of the event.”
MIBU also announced the Inventor Showcase participants: Stylista Groupe, Madam Perea; The Highchair Organizer, Abraxas Abrams-Pickens; Sahaja Meditation, Ruby Nayar; Tell the Parents, Aimee Kendall; MMJ Labs LLC, Amy Baxter; and Nuvovisage, Helenya Gradidge. These women will compete for attendees' votes, and the winner will receive the Best New Product award.
In addition to the Inventor Showcase, the six-hour conference, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Loudermilk Center, will feature keynote speaker Maria Bailey of BSM Media, the foremost authority on marketing to moms; a stellar lineup of six session speakers; a luncheon/panel discussion that will be broadcast live on MomTV.com; and a resource marketplace. Learn more and save your place at http://www.momsinbusinessunite.com.
About Moms in Business Unite
Moms in Business Unite is the vision of five women entrepreneurs who recognized a need for a resource for mom and women business owners that provides business education and blueprint solutions to help them be more efficient and successful. MIBU hosts annual conferences (in five cities as of 2011) that feature passionate, expert instructors and relevant business topics in a truly unique learning environment. It also provides ongoing tools, resources, and guidance to support mom and women business owners’ journeys through the various stages of business ownership…so they can achieve their entrepreneurial dreams. To learn more, please visit http://www.momsinbusinessunite.com.