You are cordially invited to join us and other women in Wilmington for networking and noshing in support of Mascots For a Cure.
On September 10th, at King Creative studio at 727 N. Market Street in Wilmington, I along with Sarah Rachel and Angela Jo Manieri will be business spotlight speakers as part of the EmpowHER – Business Spotlight series.
We will each be given 10-minutes to present a topic about our business and I will quickly cover the importance of having an effective LinkedIn profile.
Tickets are $35 with $5 from the sale of each ticket being donated to Mascots For A Cure in his honor of Beth Bruce. There will be light refreshments as well.
Mascots for a Cure
Mascots for a Cure the Beneficiary EmpowHER – Business Spotlight is working on setting up the “Mama B Memorial Fund” to support programs focused on creating memorable experiences, hands on fun and education for kids and families battling cancer and other serious illness.
You can make donations in support of the fund directly online at www.mascotsforacure.org.
EmpowerHER – Business Spotlight
Connect Women in Business created this event to EmpowHER – Business Spotlight (3) Women in Business as a way to provide them 10 minutes to have a Conversation about their Business.
This networking event is all about connections, with more time for a Meet 2 Connect – Quality Connections of each guest. There will be 15 minutes alloted to present their businesses to 3 people.
WE PROMOTE LOCALLY with collaborations with other local business hosts and food is purchased from local caterers.
Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite and I hope to see you there.
1 thought on “Women In Wilmington for Networking & Noshing in Support of Mascots For a Cure”
I never realized Delaware had so many organizations, let alone women’s organizations, to get to know. I’m going to need to create a list to make sure I keep them all straight. I also visited the Mascots for a Cure page after reading this. I was 9 when my best friend passed with leukemia. That was before I understood what cancer was. I was so hurt because I didn’t realize she had a serious illness even though she got sick often. She was like a sister and I never met anyone else like her. She also had a little sister who was a few years younger than us. I didn’t see her much afterward because I think my folks were trying to reduce the trauma all around. But what about her? So I’m glad they do something for the siblings to help them too.