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Ventureneer Webinar Shows How Feminine Strengths Lead to Entrepreneurial Success


Characteristics of successful female entrepreneurs and their economic impact are explored in Ventureneer webinar.

New York, NY, March 17, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Women entrepreneurs have unique strengths and skills that can bring them significant economic breakthroughs. In Ventureneer’s free webinar, The Power of Women Entrepreneurs, female entrepreneurs will discover the strengths and characteristics needed to be successful in their personal and professional lives.
“Women entrepreneurs have skills that differentiate them from their male counterparts. This webinar explores the strengths that make them unique,” said Geri Stengel, founder of Ventureneer.

The webinar will be presented by Jean Brittingham, co-founder of SmartGirls Way. Based on more than 20 years of experience, Brittingham will show female entrepreneurs, and those longing to launch new businesses, how to create real breakthroughs using their unique skill sets. The free webinar discusses the importance of building on women’s strengths and leveraging them to become a successful entrepreneur.

With an innovative approach to helping female entrepreneurs utilize their innate skills, the online seminar takes a look at diagnostic tools that reveal the natural capabilities and strengths of women. Participants will learn about the six characteristics that differentiate how men and women approach entrepreneurship. Participants will also learn to:

-build entrepreneurial skills
-discover one’s genuine self
-embrace the entrepreneurial characteristics that differentiate men and women
-utilize strength building skills with online tools
-acknowledge one’s inner entrepreneur
-create significant economic breakthroughs for one’s community and the economy
-embrace the role women will play in the entrepreneurial movement

The free online seminar will be held Monday, April 2, 2012, 2pm-3pm ET, and instructed by Jean Brittingham, founder of SmartGirls Way. Brittingham believes that women-owned businesses are the key to future economic growth. She is the author of The SmartGirls Way and has served on the Consumer Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum and as a strategic adviser and faculty member for the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership. She sits on numerous business and nonprofit boards.

Why the economy and business needs women entrepreneurs:

-creative ideas and unique attributes
-great businesses and innovative products
-appeal to women consumers who influence 85% of buying decisions

This seminar will empower all women starting businesses, developing a brand, or looking to expand their business. Currently, 33% of non-farm, non-publicly held businesses are owned by women. Based on current projections, this number will only increase. This online seminar encourages women to be ready for the upcoming wave of female entrepreneurship.

For more information or to register for this free webinar, to go http://ventureneer.com/webclass/power-women-entrepreneurs.

About Ventureneer:

Ventureneer connects values-driven small business owners, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders with the knowledge they need to make the world a better place and to thrive as businesses. At Ventureneer, entrepreneurial and nonprofit training and advice are practical, accessible, and affordable. For corporations, Ventureneer provides content marketing that attracts small business and nonprofit prospects, converts them into customers and builds loyalty to your brand.
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Ventureneer
Geri Stengel
212-362-3088
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www.ventureneer.com

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