Who doesn’t like to be surrounded by positivity? By intentionally thinking on the bright side, we have the ability to change our mood, our interactions, maybe even our entire day. But could positivity also be a business asset?
Brenda Loube, Co-Founder and President of Corporate Fitness Works, shares details about the Corporate FItness Works HealthTrails challenge at this year’s National Conference & Business Fair and why it’s about more than just steps.
Lynn Perenic, President & CEO of Argent Tape & Label, shares her take on two “life-changing” management styles and how using both in tandem could help improve your business.
WBE Wisdom: Host Committee for the National Conference & Business Fair Share Insights & Advice for Women Entrepreneurs
Certification is just a starting point. Read some of our favorite pieces of advice from WBEs on how to make the most out of WBENC certification, opportunities and resources.
After 28 years in business and at the helm of one of the largest WBENC-Certified promotional product agencies, Janie Goldberg, President and CEO of OmniSource Marketing, has mastered the art of the pitch. Here she shares her expert advice on how to perfect your elevator pitch, what to include, what to avoid, and why practice makes perfect.
Kouhaila Hammer, Chairman and CEO of G-Tech Services, a WBENC-Certified WBE, shares her insights on how her regular exercise routine helped her become a more effective leader for her business.
Emily Morgan, Founder and President of Delegate Solutions, a WBENC-Certified WBE, shares her insights on how you can overcome any delegation anxiety and help your business grow.
Sue Bhatia, Founder/Chair of Rose International, reflects on 25 years and offers her advice and wisdom to help other business owners reach their own milestones.
Starting a business can be a challenging, exhilarating, exhausting, and yet incredibly rewarding experience. We asked our 2018 Women’s Business Enterprise Stars to provide their advice for the aspiring entrepreneur. Here are their words of wisdom.