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2014 Confident Women Conference: A Time For Female Business Owners To Learn Business Growth & Leadership Techniques, And Connect With Other Entrepreneurs
Women on a Mission to Earn Commission (WOAMTEC), a networking organization geared towards business women, will be holding its Confident Women Conference in Orlando, Florida this Spring. The Confident Women Conference will be held at the Rosen Plaza Hotel on International Drive. The conference is scheduled for April 2425, and will consist of seminars, a trade show, luncheon, a silent auction, and a VIP social event. WOAMTEC members and nonmembers can register for the Confident Women Conference by calling 407.767.5417, visiting www.woamtec.com, or by emailing email@example.com.
The event will feature several business growth workshops as well as four notable keynote speakers:
Mayoral candidate and Former Police Chief for the Orlando Police Department, Val Demings, will share personal, inspiring, and practical insights on how to make a difference and leave a mark in this world and the communities around us.
Jeff Piersall, CEO and cofounder of SCB Marketing and publisher of i4 Business magazine will be discussing “The Five Fundamentals of Success.”
Allison Kreiger Walsh, former Miss Florida and recent law school graduate, will be discussing how you can keep your life in balance through focusing on the concept of enjoying, not merely surviving, and the shift in personal perspective that this requires.
Kathleen Hawkins, WOAMTEC founder and builder of 3 milliondollar businesses, will explore the “5 Key Ways to Crash and Burn in Business.” She’ll examine the common mistakes entrepreneurs make that keep them from success.
Special musical performance by Recording Artist LaRue Howard.
All silent auction proceeds will go to WOAMTEC’s “Courage To Dream Campaign” a campaign with the goal of “helping women and children who have been abused, neglected and abandoned due to no fault of their own.”
30 sponsor booths are available for those who wish to showcase their businesses. Sponsor booth registration can also be done by calling 407.767.5417, visiting www.woamtec.com, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“WOAMTEC was created in 2007 to provide a supportive environment for women who are committed to faith, family and career,” notes founder and president Kathleen Hawkins. Hawkins says WOAMTEC is continuing to seek dynamic women to serve as chapter directors nationwide.