Bethesda, M.D. (Vocus/PRWEB) February 08, 2011
zcomm, a nationally-certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) marketing & communications agency specializing in audio and video production & distribution and digital PR, today announced that zcomm CEO Rise Birnbaum will be speaking at the upcoming Women’s Success Summit. The conference will be held at Lakewood Country Club outside Washington D.C. on Thursday, February 10.
Birnbaum will be part of a panel of industry experts discussing how to effectively lead an organization in today’s business world. eWomenNetwork’s Sandra Yancey will serve as the panel moderator, and other panelists include Karen Kalantzis of Corporate Network Services and Vilas Wright of Keller Williams. The panel will offer tips, advice and strategies for success and share valuable lessons and insights. Panelists will answer a number of questions regarding their businesses, changes that have been caused by the economy and their keys to success.
The Women’s Success Summit is designed for women who want to learn how to be business leaders. Join eWomenNetwork members to learn how to raise outlooks, expectations and opportunities in 2011. Click here to register for the Women’s Success Summit.
zcomm, short for z communications company, is a national broadcast public relations firm located in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C., and ranks as one of the top 15 PR firms in Washington, DC. Founded in 1989, zcomm produces audio and video packages and distributes client content via radio, TV and online. Specializing in broadcast PR services such as radio news releases, satellite and radio media tours, social media, podcasts and radio promotions, zcomm uses the latest technology to deliver measureable results to industries including government, consumer, healthcare associations, beauty and fashion, corporate and more. zcomm’s services are available in both English and Spanish. For more information, visit http://www.zpr.com. Follow zcomm on Facebook or Twitter @zcommunications for the latest information.