The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA) will host its first Three-13 Salon SUPER Women in Business Conference, presented by Crane Elder Law Firm, to provide local women with the educational tools needed to grow their businesses, overcome challenges and network. The KBA’s women’s business group is called SUPER Women, which stands for support, uplift, promote, encourage and refer.
The conference will take place Sept. 17 at Piedmont Church in Marietta. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. and the conference will conclude at 3 p.m.
“The conference is an opportunity for like-minded women to gather together,” KBA President Cassandra Stiff said. “It is an opportunity for women to learn how to grow their businesses, network with each other and walk away with effective business strategies.”
Speakers at the event will include Tricia Clements, an expert on getting found online, Kim Ellet, a distinguished business coach, and a panel of speakers, including Kim Wingington, Leslie Kuban and Rosan Hall, who will discuss overcoming challenges in business.
Organizers of the conference expect that it will inspire women in business with the confidence they need to continue to grow their businesses, and will encourage women in the community to join the KBA.
“The primary goal of this conference is to equip women with the tools they need to grow their businesses. We want them to leave the event feeling empowered, unified and informed,” Stiff said.
Tickets, and a few remaining sponsorship opportunities, are available on the KBA events tab at www.kennesawbusiness.org.
– Submitted by Kennesaw Business Association
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Governors Gun Club
1005 Cobb Place Blvd.
The September guest speaker is Drew Tonsmeire, area director of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center at Kennesaw State University. Sponsored by the North Georgia State Fair and All Roof Solutions.
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Mission for Life Church
2655 Cobb Parkway
Alive After Five
Jim Miller Park
2245 Callaway Road SW, Marietta
Hosted by the North Georgia State Fair.