Visionary Women's Business Organization Teaches Women Entrepreneurs How To Put "Profits First" and "Kill the Weeds" in Their Businesses

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B.I.G. (Believe, Inspire, Grow), a visionary support, education and networking organization seeking to positively impact the economy, one woman entrepreneur at a time, will be traveling throughout the Northeast and Chicago with popular author, serial entrepreneur and MSNBC-TV contributor Mike Michalowicz to help women entrepreneurs make more money and become more profitable in their businesses.

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“We are excited to bring Mike’s entrepreneurial wisdom and insights directly to our members,” said B.I.G. CEO and Founder Tara Gilvar. “By adopting Mike’s wise financial principles, the women of B.I.G. can begin to realize profits in their business."

B.I.G. (Believe, Inspire, Grow), a visionary support, education and women's networking organization seeking to positively impact the economy, one woman entrepreneur at a time, will be traveling throughout the Northeast and Chicago with popular author, serial entrepreneur and MSNBC-TV contributor Mike Michalowicz to help women entrepreneurs make more money and become more profitable in their businesses.

Through a series of “Profit First” workshops, B.I.G. Founder Tara Gilvar and Michalowicz will be meeting with and educating hundreds of women entrepreneurs, many who are members of B.I.G., throughout New Jersey, Westchester, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Chicago about a “profoundly simple, yet shockingly effective accounting plug-in that can transform their business from a cash eating monster into a money making machine.”

“Most businesses, even though they know they shouldn’t run their businesses off their bank statements,” says Michalowicz. “However, by taking the simple step of automatically depositing 2-8% of their business funds each month into a separate account, perhaps even at a separate bank, entrepreneurs can begin to set up a 401K –like profit program for their company. With the simple financial changes and disciplines I will share with the women of B.I.G. at these workshops, I am confident that they will be able to get the profits that they desire and work so hard on from their businesses.”

The first of five events will be taking place on Thursday, February 20th at the Redding Roadhouse in Redding, Connecticut starting at 10:00 a.m.

Following these hands-on workshops, women business owners will be treated to an engaging and inspiring presentation based on Michalowicz’s popular book, “The Pumpkin Plan.” The presentation is designed to reveal how applying the same few simple methods farmers use to grow colossal prize-winning pumpkins can lead entrepreneurs to grow colossally successful businesses.

“We are excited to bring Mike’s entrepreneurial wisdom and insights directly to our members,” said B.I.G. CEO and Founder Tara Gilvar. “By adopting Mike’s wise financial principles, the women of B.I.G. can begin to realize profits in their business right from the start. This “fuel” is essential to sustain them in their business success, not just in a practical way, but can be the emotional boost they need to continue the pursuit of their professional goals.”

Gilvar continued, “We believe in Mike’s “Profit First” concept so much, that we have adopted his recommended system for our B.I.G. finances. It’s truly empowering to see an account grow each month that is solely allocated to our organization’s profits.”
This recent series of events is just one of many events and resources that B.I.G. offers to help women entrepreneurs across the country achieve personal and professional fulfillment in their lives.

With nearly 2,000 members since its introduction in 2009, B.I.G. hosts up to 50 local community meetings monthly and offers intelligent women the support, education and networking resources they need to be successful and achieve both personal and professional fulfillment in their lives.

For detailed information about all upcoming B.I.G. events and meetings visit .
http://www.believeinspiregrow.com

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