Woman Owned Wednesday
Grab your lunch while you learn about business success strategies and the resources available to help you launch or grow your business amid these difficult times.
This monthly webinar features either a woman who’s successfully grown her own business or a representative from a Dallas/Fort Worth organization that provides resources to help female entrepreneurs succeed. Some months you’ll get two in one — our speaker can be the very woman who founded a successful resource organization that can equip you for next steps in your business.
July – Cary Broussard, founder of Broussard Global Communications and the Cinderella to CEO (C2CEO) Awards. A Dallas-based public relations, marketing and communications company, Broussard Global created the C2CEO Awards to recognize females across industries with real-life, transformational stories who are making their mark and changing the world for the better. The C2CEO brand was inspired by Cary’s book, From Cinderella to CEO – How to Master the 10 Lessons of Fairy Tales to Transform Your Work Life.
August – Meg Sutton is owner of San Antonio-based Belle & Union. She started her company at 23 years of age, evolving her designs or “doodles” into an art-based brand consisting of card stationery and decorative accessories. Hear Meg’s experiences in obtaining relief funds from the U.S. Small Business Administration and continuing to successfully evolve her company’s offerings to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
September – Lika Torline, founder of In The Weeds Natural Skin Care. As her company name implies, this entrepreneur was inspired to create her own brand of all-natural skin care at time when her life was “in the weeds.” In addition to her previous experiences on overcoming hardships and adversity, she’ll share how she pivoted her business from mostly in-person sales to an online success when COVID-19 struck.
The LiftFund Dallas/Fort Worth Women’s Business Center is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.