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Are you a Women Business Owner? Juggling the demands of business and family obligations? Being a women business owner isn't easy, but an overwhelming majority of WOMEN entrepreneurs wouldnt have it any other way.
Kick-start your morning!Join some of Houston's Savvy Woman Business Owners at The EXchange', a Speed Networking Breakfast.
8:00AM 9:30AM,Saturday, August 12, 2017before the 2017 Texas Black Womens Expo (TBWE), at the NRG Center, Houston, TX.
Doors open at 7:45AM. We will begin our presentation promptly at 8:00AM.
Bring other like-minded business owners and partnerswe're excited to meet you!
*ONLYA limited number of spaces are available. BRING your product for a mini showcase opportunity!
Budding, ambitous, curious and novice women business owners with products who want to connect with other women business owners, hear inspirational stories, and learn valuable tactics you can use in your own company.You don't want to miss out on this transformative, early morning event.
...High Profile Speakers
Get ready for a truly amazing experience! Youll learn and see first-hand how women are thriving and growing in their businesses. And weve created a much-needed platform for them to share their secrets to success with you!
Learn why Lydia Evans, owner of SWAG Essentials, said being turned down by Shark Tank investors was the best thing that ever happened to her. Hear the inspiring story of Psychelia Terry, who made hard desicions to get her intimate apparel line, Urban Intimayes in big box store such as WalMart, Macy's and Target. Listen to Dr. Charly Anderson-King, CEO/Founder of Charly Girl Cosmetics talk about her journey and how in just a few months she went from selling her cosmetics line at local trade shows to having her product in several local HEBs. Learn from LaShanda McPeters her business secrets about started Lather & More in her kitchen and how she moved into an industrial kitchen to keep up with the demand. Talk to Lola-Butterflie Von-Kerius, CEO of Pretty Women, Inc. the founder of Passion Dust. Learn her story of how one over zealous doctor's article in the New York Post changed the trajectory of her business forever. And last but certainly not least, CEO and Founder of Texas Black Womens Expo Leola Anifowoshe who started the amazing Nzuri Hair Care Line currently featured in almost 300 HEBs, and on the East Coast.