Providence, RI (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Pamela O’Hara will be speaking at WomanCon, a conference for female entrepreneurs, in New York City this week. Pamela is one of a distinguished list of female experts including entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, startup experts, journalists, PR, and marketing professionals.
Pamela will be speaking about how she built a family-friendly company, not just for herself but for her employees and her customers as well. She’ll be sharing her thoughts on entrepreneurship, start-ups and achieving work/life balance, all while keeping the human connection in an ever more high-tech world.
Along with her presentation, Pamela will be sharing stories she’s collected from other female entrepreneurs. Among those highlighted will be Rebecca Rescate of HoodiePillow, Michelle Ward of When I Grow Up Coach, Becky McCray of Small Biz Survival, Alethea Fitzpatrick of Photosanity, Rosi Amador of Amador Bilingual Voiceovers and Susana Fonticoba of Right Click Advantage. Those stories and more are available here: http://batchbook.com/blog/story/.
Batchbook is also a sponsor of the event. CEO Pamela O’Hara says, "Batchbook is happy to co-sponsor WomanCon 2013. As a female founder myself, I think the best thing I can do to encourage and support other women entrepreneurs is to support organizations like WomanCon that are getting these important stories told. There is no right or wrong way to succeed in business, but we all greatly benefit from sharing our experiences and encouraging each other."
WomanCon is a one-of-a-kind conference bringing together amazing women entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and the media. It is taking place on September 25, 2013 at CUNY Graduate Center from 8:30am-4:30pm.
Batchbook, http://batchbook.com, builds software that helps small businesses connect with their customers. Their core product is a small business social CRM designed to help businesses maintain a high level of personal touch with their most important customers and to spur growth through customer friendly relationships.