We are proud to support the women-owned business community with a website and media outlets that celebrates the courage, the tenacity and the creativity of women
New York, NY (Vocus) April 5, 2009
Paralelles.com is repositioning its newly relaunched ecommerce community web site as the quintessential one-stop shop for today's businesswoman, offering an online platform to connect businesswomen with millions of shoppers in an environment that is informative, fun and safe.
As a showcase that spotlights some of the nation's most extraordinary businesswomen, Paralelles offers a stylish marketplace for women business owners to sell their products or services online. Linda Coughlin, founder of Paralelles and an award-winning businesswoman, also hosts an Internet radio show on the site called "One Big Life" that features women on the Paralelles marketplace.
The new Paralelles web portal is now powered by the Ecommerce Software Suite from http://www.ADRECOM.net , a software company that incorporates both the e- commerce and social community platforms that are needed to create a dynamic venue for women to not only support other women in business but comment on line about anything and everything that is important to them.
"We are proud to support the women-owned business community with a website and media outlets that celebrates the courage, the tenacity and the creativity of women," added Coughlin. "All of us live on a parallel track, balancing our responsibilities as business owners with all the responsibilities in our lives." Offering stimulating stories of success, visitors to the site can shop from an array of products and services for family, home, and office. It is also a trusted resource for information and advice from fellow businesswomen.
Paralelles has crafted a campaign that is uniquely sensitive to this economic crisis, with KEEP THE CASH IN THE CIRCLE. An online challenge to one million women to spend just 20.00 a week with another woman in business and will generate a billion dollars in revenue. Another function T3- Telegraph telephone, Tell a Woman," is a voice for great finds and referrals across the country.
Membership is free, however those wishing to have front page exposure and search over the web are charged $595.00 a year which includes a blast to 20,000 women business owners. and mini web info pages.
About Linda Coughlin:
Linda Coughlin has been involved in the women business community for more than 20 years. She is a national founding partner of Women Impacting Public Policy, a board member for Women's Business Enterprise National Council and was awarded the prestigious "Enterprising Woman of the Year," award by Enterprising Women magazine in 2006.
Before launching Paralelles, Coughlin founded Metro-Home, which provides short-term and extended housing for visitors to New York City. Metro-Home's inventory of 150 apartments and its reputation for excellence make it one of the premier housing services in the city. Revenues in 2006 topped $8 million.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Coughlin available for interview.
For more information, please visit http://www.paralelles.com or call (917 825 8002) or email LCoughlin (at) paralelles (dot) com.
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