RENO, NV (PRWEB) February 14, 2006
IVAA™ is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO®) 2006 Women's Business Conference, “Women Entrepreneurs: Owning the Future,” in San Francisco, California, on June 1-3.
When asked how this will benefit IVAA™ and NAWBO’s members, Sue Kramer, IVAA Director of Marketing/PR, said "IVAA looks forward to educating attendees on the opportunities of the virtual assistant industry. In addition, our presence at the conference will bring awareness about this emerging industry and assist business owners in need of a virtual assistant. IVAA also provides an alternative career choice for administrative, creative, and technical professionals and offers comprehensive support and tools for its growing membership.”
According to IVAA president, Jeannine Clontz, “During the convention, IVAA will be showcasing not only our Association but also all of our member benefits which include certification exams to strengthen their professionalism, Preferred Partner discounts, free monthly chats with industry Experts, and our scholarship programs.”
NAWBO will begin accepting conference registrations in March, via their Web site, http://www.nawbo.org. The conference will be held from June 1-3, at the Westin St. Francis, in San Francisco, California.
The International Virtual Assistants Association  (IVAA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the professional education and development of members of the Virtual Assistance profession. Founded in 1999, IVAA holds the distinction of being the only organization offering the comprehensive IVAA Certified Virtual Assistant (CVA) exam, recognized internationally as the standard that Virtual Assistants strive to attain. Today IVAA supports more than 600 members and affiliates in 18 countries worldwide. For more information, contact Sue Kramer or visit the website at http://www.ivaa.org.
Founded in 1975, NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. Thirty years later, NAWBO is still the only organization that solely represents the interest of women entrepreneurs in all industries. The organization’s mission is to strengthen the wealth-creating capacity of its members and promote economic development; to create innovative and effective change in the business culture; to build strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations; and to transform public policy and influence opinion makers. Visit http://www.nawbo.org for more information.