Strongsville, Ohio – (October 8, 2012) –Do you remember a simpler time when a women needed only to be concerned about bringing home the bacon, frying it up in a pan, and keeping her family (including her man) happy. Today’s woman continues to do all of the above (except probably eats less bacon), but now adds tweets, shares, comments and likes to her day as social media has become part of the new daily routine. When it comes to juggling work, life, health, friends, finances and promoting a business, are there secrets to keeping it all in balance? YOU BET!
The event will feature a keynote presentation “Networking in a World of Change” by best-selling author Andrea Nierenberg. Called a “networking success story” by The Wall Street Journal, Andrea Nierenberg is founder and president of The Nierenberg Group, best-selling author and world-renowned business authority. With a stellar 25 years as a leader in sales and marketing, Andrea is an in-demand business expert both at home and abroad. Her company partners with an array of the world’s leading businesses, including Citigroup, Time Inc., TIAA-CREF, The Food Network, Omnicom, Coach, Deutsche Bank, Tiffany and Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Betsy Muller, along with the women of the Indigo Connection will host “Women Who Thrive – Striking Balance in Health, Wealth and Happiness,” which she warmly describes as “a women’s expo filled with resources, workshops, inspiration, ideas and connections.” She invites all women to grab a few girlfriends, coworkers and clients and block off the morning of November 14 as a business and personal commitment.
“Women Who Thrive” is set for Wednesday November 14 from 8:00 – 11:45 am at the Middleburg Heights Community Center. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Cleveland Pregnancy Center www.clevelandpregnancyhelp.org . Discounted advanced registration is $15 for Indigo Connection members and $20 for non members. After November 2, tickets will be $49.
Muller, Indigo Connection’s founder, says the event will be “a day of inspiration and connection.” Attendees will share an entire morning with successful women who appreciate the juggling act a balanced life requires. Muller says there will be ample opportunities for business and personal networking, as well as a breakfast provided by Whole Foods and Caribou Coffee, the opportunity to shop with our vendors, and a chance to attend three (3) workshops with area experts on topics such as fitness, feng shui, shopping for your next car, financial planning, gluten free nutrition, choosing supplements and “green cleaning” for your home.
Special thanks goes to our generous sponsors: Merrill Lynch, Stephanie Dawn, Whole Foods, Carabou Coffee, COSE – Council of Smaller Enterprises and Business Depot.
Middleburg Heights Community Center is at 16000 Bagley Rd. in Middleburg Heights. To register online, go to http://womenwhothrivenov14.eventbrite.com. For information on sponsor and vendor opportunities, call 440-238-4731.
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