Gallatin, TN, August 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Sumner County women business owners and women professionals will make valuable connections, discover contact opportunities and receive access to a wide variety of information to grow their business and expand their business skills at the first, Sumner County Women in Business conference to be held at Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, TN on Monday, October 12, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Supported by the committee members Wendy Navarro, Founder Sumner County Women in Business and Co-owner Main Street Tennessee Small Business Marketing, Stacy Landy, Co-owner The Ruffled Nest, Janna Von Kessel, CEO & President UPS Store 3016, Melissa French-Rhodes, Owner/Agent Sumner Insurance Group, Charlotte Fleming Esq., Owner The Fleming Law Firm & Mediation Center, Dr. Lauren Collier, Executive Assistant to the President Volunteer State Community College, Hilary Marabeti, Assistant Vice President for Continuing Education & Economic Development, and Patricia Anderson, Dean of Business and Technology:
The conference features workshops and presentations from more than a dozen distinguished panelists and community partners including local business owners, representatives from the Small Business Administration, Pathway Women’s Business Center, and The Small Business Development Center.
Workshops for start-ups and established business owners, and women professionals include: “Your Piece of the Pie: Advantages of Women Owned Certification,” “How to Develop Your Brand and Get Noticed” and “Entrepreneurship: Traditional and Not So Traditional Ways to Fund Your Business.”
Cathy Anderson, President and CEO of Woody Anderson Ford, and Southern Hospitality Hotel Group will deliver the Keynote Address “Transformation & Success.” Cathy and the Anderson family have been leaders in the automotive and hospitality industry throughout the United States for more than two decades.
“We are very excited about the enthusiasm surrounding this conference. Everyone, from the speakers, to committee members, and panel has jumped right in without hesitation. Their commitment has been remarkable. When the day is over, attendees will leave with more connections, new rejuvenation, and a renewed sense and motivation to carry their business to the next level." -Wendy Navarro, Founder Sumner County Women in Business and Small Business Owner.
For more information contact Wendy Navarro, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the conference, to register, or to become an event sponsor visit their website at http://www.sumnercountywomeninbusiness.com