Third SYMPOSIA Conference for Women Entrepreneurs Extends Beyond Sold-Out Audience with Global Live Stream

Women Entrepreneur Inspired and Equipped to Grow Their Businesses to a Million & Beyond

San Francisco, CA, January 28, 2016 --( The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs will deliver another dynamic event, connecting, educating, and inspiring thousands of women entrepreneurs via the local audience and free live stream access of SYMPOSIA 2016, “7 Stories of 7 Figure Women and Beyond” in San Francisco, Calif on January 29, 2016 at the Wells Fargo Learning Center.

“The SYMPOSIA Conference brings together woman business owners locally and around the world to hear stories of success and struggle from women who have broken through the million-dollar barrier and beyond,” said Julie Gordon White, founder of The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs and creator of SYMPOSIA. “Over the course of two days, attendees will gain practical tools on how to grow their businesses through inspiring speakers, an informative workshop, and walk away with new insights and connections that will continue to build thier businesses throughout the year.” Cora Spearman-Chang, founder and lead designer of Coradorables, a high-end made-in-Hawaii children’s clothing brand will receive the 2016 Rising Star Award.

According to the American Express State of Women-owned Business Report, as of 2015, there are more than 9.4 million women-owned businesses in the US that generate nearly $1.5 trillion in revenues and employ nearly 7.9 million people.

SYMPOSIA is sponsored by QuickBooks by Intuit, Google My Business, TechShop and Stella Carakasi.

SYMPOSIA 2016 Featured Speakers
Julie Gordon White, CEO of The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs, bestselling author, mentor, and small business expert for Google and QuickBooks by Intuit.

Joan Barnes, founder of Gymboree and SYMPOSIA 2014 keynote, will make a cameo appearance to discuss her new book, “Play it Forward.”

Sarah Trautman-Eslinger, CEO of STE Consultants, provides creative and ethical applied behavioral Analysis services for children with autism and their families throughout the greater Bay Area.

Kat Gordon, CEO of the 3% Conference, is the visionary behind a multi-city event that spotlights the lack of female creative leadership in the advertising industry and its impact on connecting with an overwhelmingly female marketplace.

Nina Cooper, CEO of Nina Designs, a manufacturer, e-commerce company and social enterprise marketing jewelry finding made from artisans from around the world.

Leslie Barber, Small Business Engagement Officer of Intuit QuickBooks, brings her experience as a former manufacturer of prenatal nutrition for pregnant women to her position as an advocate and champion of small businesses.

Leila Douglah, CEO of Douglah Designs combines her keen aesthetic as a general contractor and designer to deliver luxury home renovations in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Christi Haley Stover, CEO of Platinum Resource Group, leads a multi office consulting firm that specializes in providing all levels of expertise in technology, human resources, accounting, finance, business systems, and supply chain on a project, and interim basis.

LaTasha Renee, Co-Founder of Push Ups to Pin Ups, provides a transformational multi-gym experience that has inspired hundreds of members to achieve their optimal weight with high-impact training and nutrition programs.

A complete event recap and more information about live stream access can be viewed

About The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs
The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs provides online and offline business growth training and consulting solutions that simplify the business growth process for women business owners that want to grow a multimillion dollar business that is someday sellable.

Its flagship products and services include Accelerate! Business Growth Training for Women Entrepreneurs, and SYMPOSIA Conferences, which make it easier to scale their growing small businesses. Founded in 2013, The WELL is located in Berkeley, CA and more information can be found at

Source: The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs
The WELL for Women Entrepreneurs
Julie Gordon White