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A Strategic Forum for Women Business Owners, June 19th

The Houston Business Journal is holding Powerful Women: A Strategic Forum for Women Business Owners on June 19, 2012. This event is open to women business owners only.

Please join the Women of SFG and our panelists for a special breakfast and roundtable exclusively for women business owners in the Houston area. This information packed morning starts with a panel discussion and a one-of-a-kind speed mentoring session where attendees can ask the panel questions.

You should attend to hear the panel discuss the following topics:

  • Work-Life Balance
  • Attracting & Keeping Talent
  • Motivating Factors in Starting Your Business
  • What’s the Most Important Advice You Can Give Women Business Owners?
  • Succession Planning
  • Challenges & Opportunities in Running Your Own Businessess  

Executive Panel of Women Business Owners

  • Sue Burnett – Burnett Staffing Specialists 
  • Judy Camarena – Taquerias Arandas 
  • Audrey Gilbreath – Gilbreath Communications Inc.
  • Clare Sullivan Jackson, CSEP – Sullivan Group 
  • Leisa Holland-Nelson – ContentActive LLC 
  • Gail Prather – Prather Kalman PC 
  • Susan Pye, JD – Pye Legal Group 
  • Christine Spray – Strategic Catalyst Inc. 
  • Beth Williams – TechTrans International 
  • Beth Wolff – Beth Wolff Realtors 
Powerful Women: A Strategic Forum for Women Business Owners

Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The Houstonian Hotel
111 North Post Oak Lane
Houston Tx 77024

7:30 am Registration & Coffee
8:00 am Welcome & Breakfast
8:15 am Program begins
10:30 am program ends

A special thanks to Betty’s Mode de France for hair and makeup.

For more info, contact Events Department at 713-688-8811 ext. 31703 or subhelp@bizjournals.com

When:

Tuesday, June 19, 2012, 7:30am-10:30am

Where:
The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
111 North Post Oak Lane
Houston, TX 77024
Cost: $25
Suggested Dress: Business Attire

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