Male Entrepreneurs Beware, Women Entrepreneurs On the Rise

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Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. expands nationwide.

My job is to reach out to as many CEOs, Business Owners, and especially Entrepreneurs -- Women and Men -- for networking opportunities and professional trainings

Yolanda Lamar-Wilder, Founder and National President of Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. announced the organization's preliminary plans for national expansion in Huntsville, AL, Detroit MI, and Miami Florida. The organization's mentoring programs are designed to achieve social justice gains that enable women and girls to earn an independent living, participate fully in the economy, and give back to their communities. The group facilitates seminars, lectures, and conferences with the aim of educating and inspiring women entrepreneurs. WEA, Inc., which is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, was created under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.

"My job is to reach out to as many CEOs, Business Owners, and especially Entrepreneurs -- Women and Men -- for networking opportunities and professional trainings", commented Lamar-Wilder. "To get various programs implemented in support of women in business, we network and offer many other services that your ordinary 501(c) (3) Non-Profit organization does not," she concluded.

Women Entrepreneurs Of America, Inc. members have access to an extensive network of business and personal contacts, and an environment which supports the individual's personal and business goals. Women Entrepreneurs Of America, Inc. continues to grow and lead the way as one of the most respected and valuable resources available for women in business today.

The organization is dedicated to providing educational opportunities on marketing, personal development, banking and finance topics. Presentations are delivered by top-level speakers. A membership to WEA, Inc. includes educational services, workshops, seminars, and consulting services. Outstanding self-promotion and networking opportunities are made available through monthly business luncheons and forums. The ignition of trade between members is one of the organizations most recognized and valued benefits.

About WEA, Inc.

Women Entrepreneurs Of America, Inc. was established in 2002 by Entrepreneur Extraordinaire, Yolanda Lamar-Wilder. Its mission includes guiding and supporting women in the pursuit for business success. WEA, Inc. is a membership-based organization that empowers and encourages women to reach their fullest potential in business. Inspired by her own personal and business experiences in the corporate sector during the 80s and 90s, she set out to design an organization based on what she wished had been available to her.

A welcoming reception is being planned for the Detroit Chapter in late August, Huntsville Chapter in late September and Miami Chapter TBD.

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