WiBN Entrepreneurial Group 2012
for Women Business Owners & Principals
Owning a business, can be a challenge, but there is help for you. WiBN Entrepreneur Group
Many of us have invested our hearts and our personal savings into our business enterprises. As small business owners and principals, we face unique challenges and we have a lot riding on our decisions and leadership.
How can you increase your odds of success?
To meet the special interests of small business women owners and principals, Women in Business Networking offers WiBN Entrepreneurial Group 2011 to provide support, ideas and expert information to women, like you, who are running their own businesses.
Ronald McDonald House
555 Valley Street
Dayton (Free Parking)
Time: 8:00 am
to 10:00 am
Second Thursday of the Month
Discussion Based Learning
Meet Caitlin Bortolotto Krebs
Get orientated with the members of the
WiBN Entrepreneurial Group of 2012. These initial sessions will also help you
get reacquainted with yourself; set and reevaluate goals for a successful
business. Too often women assume too many responsibilities. Discussion will be
focused on how to use delegation to foster leadership, make the most of your
resources, increase productivity, and grow your company’s capacity.
13, 2012—Prioritize Her To-Do List: what’s needed personally and professionally to
get your business and life in order
11, 2012—Leadership and Delegation: Organizational Structure and Management
November 8, 2012 – Human Capital: What you’re not thinking of for the human relations aspect
of running your business!
10, 2013 – Collaboration: Who else can you partner with to grow your business? What
resources exist for businesses?
14, 2013 – Strategic Planning for Good and Growth
14 – Business and Money
At the heart of all success is the
ability to operate and grow your business through the way that you communicate.
Explore how communication allows you to realize your full potential; assess
your ability to pitch potential customers, close a sale, and be assertive.
11, 2013—Network your Business: Sales and Marketing
May 9, 2013—The Art of Negotiating: Approaching Everything with “I Belong at this Table”
13, 2013—Gain Authority Plus Summary of Group Lessons Learned
Why an Entrepreneur Group?The premise of the Entrepreneurial Group 2012 is that
women business owners can learn from one another. The format of each meeting
will be focused on sharing best practices and experiences that bolster the
success participant businesses. For more information email Jeanne Porter, email@example.com
For less than $20 per session you will learn business, marketing and communication secrets that will put you and your business on the cutting-edge!
"WiBN has significantly been a benefit to my business
and to me as a business owner!
The women in this group are quality women who motivate and equip one another toward excellence in their field and their lives! You just can't find a more empowering support group anywhere. I am connected because of WiBN and look forward to the
benefits of membership WiBN affords."
Debra Ghysels, Debra's Designs
What Others Are Saying:
Women In Business Networking is a classy, energetic, intelligent and supportive gathering of women. The need to compete fades quickly when you discover that one of our core beliefs is that there is room enough for us all. You will be recognized and supported for that which is unique about you and your business. We believe in personal and professional growth and we have fun as we nourish our connections..woman to woman. “
Mary Bajus R.N.
I want to join WiBN. I truly love the organization and the women I have met thus far. I have never before felt so welcomed and un-judged before with a group.
Usually my experience has been the opposite.
Jennifer Mason Andrade