Reno/Carson/Tahoe eWomenNetwork event focuses on inspiration for new year
The eWomenNetwork Reno/Carson/Tahoe Chapter’s December event is timed for the weeks leading to the new year with “Set your 2017 compass for success.”The meeting is scheduled from 5 to 7:30 p.m, Wednesday, Dec. 21 at Hidden Valley Country Club, 3575 E. Hidden Valley Dr. in Reno. Doors open and networking begins at 4:45 p.m.
This program brings together four successful local entrepreneurs and eWomenNetwork members for a panel discussion designed to prepare entrepreneurs and business leaders for 2017.
Attendees at this event will learn from:
Beth Farley, CPA, with more than 15 years’ experience: Tax tips to stay ahead of the game, including tax rates, year-end strategies and deductions
Simone Janssen, executive coach: Achieving business growth with the right performance strategies and mindset through simplification, optimization and focus on income goals
Donna Hyatt, MBA, client retention coach: Three essential keys to boost sales
Pamela Zimmer, best-selling author and speaker on self-care: Discover why self-care is the best care and how to achieve balance in life
The evening includes eWomenNetwork’s trademarked Accelerated Networking, dinner and a business expo.
eWomenNetwork connects and promotes women and their businesses, offering Accelerated Networking and other resources designed to build relationships and success. No-host wine and beer are available.
The cost for the event is $42.50 for eWomenNetwork members, $52.50 for non-members and $62.50 for late registration beginning December 19. Vendor tables are available. For more information or to register, visit http://www.ewomennetwork.com/chapter/reno, or call 775-747-2726.
For more information about the eWomenNetwork Reno/Carson/Tahoe Chapter, call 775-747-2726 or go to http://www.ewomennetwork.com/chapter/reno.
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