Columbus Girl Gang presents a FREE Boss Babe Pop-Up Shop!
Join NAWBO member Andrea Archibald at 6 pm on Friday, May 31st for networking and of course, shopping at the Columbus Girl Gang FREE Boss Babe Pop Up Shop!
Support local business women and come shop a variety of local beauty, wellness, food, and fashion-focused businesses. You will experience both products and services from Columbus’ local Boss Babes. The market will be held at King Business Interiors and it will feature a wide variety of vendors.
The First 100 Shoppers through the door receive a Swag Bag!
www.cbusgirlgang.com Register Today here!
Free Business Builder Breakfast Series! Register today!
Join NAWBO member Karen Sullivan of Sullivan Solutions for the Business Builder Breakfast Series. The Business Builder Breakfast series is a new series designed specifically to help small business owners address opportunities to grow their businesses to the next level. Brought to you by the business growth catalysts at Sullivan Solutions and The State Bank. This Business Builder series includes 3 FREE workshop sessions.
Session one: Weds. April 24th, 2019 at 7:30 AM
Session Title: The Art of the Stay w/ NAWBO member and CEO of GO-HR.
Session Description: Finding and keeping the right people is crucial for scaling any business and may very well be the single most pervasive concern for any business at every stage. What insights can you use to successfully navigate the current market?
Session two: Weds. May 22nd, 2019 at 7:30 AM
Session Title: Marketing: What You Need to Succeed with Ross Youngs and NAWBO member and Co-Founder of Portfolio Creative Catherine Lang-Cline
Session Description: The marketing struggle is real. There are so many options and so many expensive pitfalls. Our panel has seen it all. We’ll have a candid discussion about what works and what doesn’t when marketing isn’t your full-time job. Bring your questions. No subject is off the table.
Session three: Weds. June 26th, 2019 at 7:30 AM
Session Title: Leveraging Accounting to Scale with Hilary Dodson and Tracey Holecek from our Corporate Partners at Kaiser Consulting.
Session Description: Learn how to understand the health of your business and the potential strategies to foster your growth. With both local and global clients, Kaiser Consulting drives value through a solid audit and analysis process.
Learn more about these FREE sessions and register here!
EAT. DRINK. INSPIRE with Spiceteria
While we EAT a delicious gourmet meal and DRINK sommelier selected wine we will celebrate our friend and Columbus Native, Sheila Williams.
We will be inspired by Sheila’s amazing journey from Columbus to Hollywood and a private viewing of the Netflix smash movie Juanita, which is based on Sheila’s book, Dancing on the Edge of the Roof and stars Alfre Woodard, Adam Beach and Blair Underwood.
We will INSPIRE by donating a portion of the evening’s proceeds to the Columbus YWCA.
Please select meal choice at time of ticket purchase. If you have dietary restrictions or food allergies please contact the host at email@example.com
Dijon breaded breast of Chicken, served with roasted garlic & grain mustard veloute’ & chef’s selection of seasonal vegetables
Beef Short Ribs in a red wine and tomato au jus, served with rosemary gnocchi, & chef’s selection of seasonal vegetables
Pan Seared Trout on a bed of orzo pasta & wild rice risotto and roasted wild mushrooms, served with a lemon and fresh thyme beurre blanc & chef’s selection of seasonal vegetables
Former NBC4 Anchor and NAWBO Member Mikaela Hunt Builds Community via New Channels
For eight years Mikaela Hunt woke up with Columbus news viewers as one of four co-anchors on NBC4 Today. During those years, Hunt built a relationship with viewers as a part of their daily morning routines — almost as if they knew her. But after 17 years in TV journalism, an unexpected — and at one point devastating — change came her way.
In 2015, when NBC4 chose not to renew Hunt’s contract, local news viewers were seemingly devastated. There were a lot of questions about why she was no longer on the show, where she went, and exactly what happened. Years later, from time to time, Hunt will get a message on Facebook from someone saying, “I’m so glad I found you!” or “I didn’t know where you went. What happened?” Others told Hunt they called the station, left voicemails, and were even given the news director’s phone number, but never got a callback.
Read full article here.