september, 2018

04sep9:00 am12:00 pmMillion Dollar SolopreneurNAWBO can help you reach your milestones

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Would you like to own a business that let’s you work from home and doesn’t require large overhead like staff amd space, but you still want to THINK
BIG?

Learn from successful million dollar business owners how to build your own lean million dollar business with few to no full-time employees.

Women business owners have unique challenges, fewer resources for support, fewer peers and different needs for learning and development.

Connect and learn from an exciting panel of women who have overcome these and other challenges to break through the $1 million mark—all moderated by a woman who has not only done it but made it her mission to help others do the same.

We are anticipating a sold out event so reserve your tickets early.

B2B Exhibit Tables are available at $100 each, which includes entry for one attendee. Exhibit materials are Carry-In / Carry-Out please. Contact our VP Sponsorship, Victoria Rossi with any questions about reserving an Exhibit Table, but note that Exhibit tables are limited! First come; first served.

 

MODERATOR:

Monica Shah

Monica Shah, Owner of Revenue Breakthrough, is a 7-figure business owner, coaching women in building businesses that change their lives, their families’ lives, and their clients’ lives. 

She takes women step by step through building, growing and expanding their businesses to six figures and beyond. After receiving her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and working as a brand manager for L’Oreal Paris, Monica left corporate to start Ideal Balance – a weight loss coaching company. She filled her practice with 22 private clients and 3 group programs within 12 months. She also authored the Life and Body MakeOver and the DIY Detox System.

It wasn’t long before women began asking her to help them grow their own businesses. She created her second company, Revenue Breakthrough to do just that. Today her 9-Step M.O.R.E M.O.N.E.Y signature system is known for its effectiveness in helping women create heart-centered businesses that are financially rewarding. Monica believes that all women should be able to follow their passions while they live their dream lifestyles. Business skills aren’t rocket science, and Monica knows how to make them accessible, simple and effective. To learn more about Monica and get her free report: “How To Double Your Income in 60 Days or Less”, please visit http://revenuebreakthrough.com.

 

PANELISTS:

Tracy Matthews:

Tracy Matthews is a Jewelry Designer, Mentor to Creative Visionaries and the Host of the Top-Rated, Thrive By Design Podcast. She’s a jewelry industry vet who has been featured in InStyle, Elle, Us Weekly and Real Simple and on the Today Show, EOFire and Creative Live. As the Chief Visionary Officer of Flourish & Thrive Academy, she passionate about helping other highly creative types launch, grow and scale profitable jewelry and fashion brands. She lives in NYC, loves to travel and secretly wants to be the lead singer in a band.

 

 

Jessica Ochoa Hendrix:

Jessica Ochoa Hendrix, CEO of Killer Snails – Killer Snails is an edtech startup that creates games and apps that inspire a love of science. 

She has raised over $1.2 million for her company with support from the National Science Foundation, and Media Center IFP, New York. Killer Snails is a content partner with the American Museum of Natural History.

Jessica has worked in K-12 education since 2003 including consulting projects with Relay Graduate School of Education and the Charter Network Accelerator. She was previously the Director of Organizational Learning at Uncommon Schools as the network grew from sixteen to thirty two schools. She served as an Education Pioneer at the NYC Department of Education, helped launch the first Brooklyn Prospect Charter School in 2008, and taught for four years for The Princeton Review. She also worked in marketing for the Harvard Business Review and The Economist. Ms. Ochoa Hendrix received her MBA with a concentration in Social Enterprise from Columbia Business School and was awarded the prestigious Board of Overseers Fellowship and the Nathan Gantcher Prize for Social Enterprise. She holds a BA from the University of Texas at Austin and is a proud alumna of Project Entrepreneur.

 

Elaine Pofeldt:

Elaine Pofeldt is an independent journalist who specializes in small business, entrepreneurship and careers. She is the author of The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, a look at how entrepreneurs are hitting seven-figure revenue in businesses where they are the only employees (Random House, Jan. 2, 2018). Her work has appeared in FORTUNEMoneyCNBCInc., Forbes, Crain’s New York Business and many other business publications and she is a contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit. She is also a ghostwriter.

As a senior editor at FORTUNE Small Business, where she worked for eight years, Elaine was twice nominated for the National Magazine Award for her features and ran the magazine’s annual business plan completion. Elaine graduated from Yale University with a BA in English. She lives in in New Jersey with her husband and their four children and in her free time enjoys taekwondo, yoga and running.

 

Katie Keating:

Katie came to New York for a New Year’s Eve party and never left. As Creative Director / Co-Founder of Fancy LLC, she sees inspiration around every corner. She loves the excitement born out of big ideas and brings that enthusiasm to every account. The biggest, most exciting idea yet? Founding Fancy with her long-time creative partner, Erica Fite, six years ago. Firmly women-focused from the get-go, they jump at every chance to do great work that elevates what matters to women. Highlights include everything from launching category-creating beauty device iluminage by appealing to women’s intelligence instead of their insecurity, to traveling to Haiti with six women to shoot a video about childbirth in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere (which helped raise desperately needed funds to build a new maternal/neonatal wing at their local hospital, St. Boniface Hospital), to normalizing the conversation around women and sex toys for adult retail chain Lion’s Den.

Becca Brown: 

Becca Brown is the Cofounder of Solemates, a line of footwear solutions.  Known for the flagship product, a patented heel cap that prevents high heels from sinking into grass and getting stuck in cracks, Solemates creates products to make you more comfortable in your shoes.  From blister prevention to odor elimination to comfort, Solemates has a solution for every shoe frustration.  Solemates are available in CVS, DSW, David’s Bridal, as well as on Amazon and the company website (www.thesolemates.com).  Solemates were featured on Shark Tank (Season 8, Episode 4) and in numerous media outlets including The Today Show, O Magazine, Us Weekly, Buzzfeed, People Magazine, Real Simple, and more.  Celebrity customers include Carrie Underwood, Demi Lovato, Oprah Winfrey, Rachel Platten, Lauren Conrad, Viola Davis, Gayle King, and Natalie Morales. 

 

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Time

(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

Financial Gym

134 W 25th Street, 2nd Floor, NYC

Organizer

NAWBO NYC

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