We are addressing, head on, the lack of sustainable business growth, proper planning, access to capital and business education in women owned business and helping them leverage their expertise to do something about it.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
“We are addressing, head on, the lack of sustainable business growth, proper planning, access to capital and business education in women owned business and helping them leverage their expertise to do something about it." says Camille Allen Durham, NC native and co-founder.
The event will kick-off at 7:00 p.m. at 300 Blake Street Studio and Shop, inside of Scentuosity - a woman-owned, Raleigh based all natural skin and hair care company founded by Lea Alston. Admission is free and open to the public, but we encourage all Triangle women business owners to come for networking and open “town hall like” discussion. Registration is open and available online at http://wibsolutions.eventzilla.net.
We are excited that this event happens to be taking place during Triangle Entrepreneurship Week, which co-founders, Katrina Harrell and Camille Allen are also supporting.
Raleigh is one of the fastest growing cities for women entrepreneurs in the nation and it’s time that we start embracing it. Until now, there has been no training and continuing education institution specifically targeted to women and PTW™ is blazing that trail.
The Fall 2013 course schedule begins on September 17th in Raleigh. All course descriptions and registration dates are posted on the Professional Training for Women website at http://professionaltrainingforwomen.com. The one-day small group intensives focus on current hot business topics such as start-ups, marketing, sales, social media, strategic planning and more. Additionally, weekend business boot camps are offered to allow for hands-on experiential learning.
About Professional Training for Women™ is the premiere training and continuing education institution for North Carolina women business. It was created for women by women who are dedicated to the economic growth and sustainability of the state of North Carolina. Women business ownership is increasingly on the rise and with direction from proven processes and systems, those numbers can remain.