January 21, 2016
The University of Hartford’s Women’s Business Center will hold this year’s Power and Progress Business Women’s Symposium on February 3, 2016 (storm date Feb 4), 5:30 – 8 pm at the Entrepreneurial Center, located at 1265 Asylum Avenue, Hartford CT.
Creative Business Strategist Liz Dederer will share powerful strategies to heal your relationship with money so you can earn more in less time. Women historically have not been given permission to speak confidently or competently around and about money. In this lively and engaging presentation, Liz will teach you how to speak your value and melt away ANY resistance, internal conflict, confusion, doubts, or fears preventing you from surging ahead financially. This event is geared towards aspiring and established small business owners and professional women.
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To register for this free event, go to www.hartford.edu/progress or call 860.768.5681.
Liz Dederer is the author of an eBook, Speak Your Value: 15 Powerful Scripts & Strategies For Sales Conversations, is a sought-after keynote speaker, and has been featured on the International Women and Money Summit for her innovative approach using The 8 Languages of Money™. She began her career in retail, then moved into the corporate sphere where she created training programs and executed sales plans for international retailers. As a consultant, she developed growth strategies for start-up, turnaround, high-growth and venture-capital backed companies. She now takes her unique viewpoint from working on the front line in stores to the board room and everywhere in between to help women in business speak their value.
The Women’s Business Center (WBC) is an initiative of the University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center (EC), which provides hands-on coaching and business training for new and expanding small businesses, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs, throughout Connecticut. Part of the nationally-renowned Barney School of Business, the EC helps small business owners and employees to gain the business skills needed to succeed in the marketplace through business advising, technical assistance, educational programs, and networking events. The WBC specializes in serving women in business. For more information, visit www.hartford.edu/wbc.