Stand Out in the Sea of Sameness

All businesses, big and small, need a compelling brand strategy to build awareness and grow. At our July breakfast, we learned how to develop a strategy for connecting with our audience using effective and consistent visual and verbal language.

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Carol TuitePrimary
Becoming a Certified Women-Owned Business

Women-owned certification opens critical market access to corporate and government contracts. Having customers who spend billions on goods and services, such as the Fortune 1000 or government agencies, increases your chances for high growth. Our panel of entrepreneurs and certifying organizations helped us understand the benefits of certification and what to do to get certified.

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Carol Tuite
How to Succeed—and Thrive!—in Male-Dominated Industries

From the record number of women elected to political office in 2018 to the success of the #MeToo movement, women have made great strides toward equality and a more inclusive culture in the workplace. Still, industries that are overwhelmingly male present particular challenges as well as opportunities. Our panel shared with us how they address these challenges and what they do to thrive in their environment.

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Lucy Andersen
How to Sell Yourself Without Losing Your Shirt

At our January breakfast, marketer and super-connector Laura Mignott, CEO of the experience agency DFlash, shared with us how the best way to sell is through the connections and clients who love us. Over the past 8 years, Laura has bootstrapped her agency from an idea in a Starbucks to working with some of the world's largest brands — including Netflix, Amazon, Samsung, Bose, and many more — all from building and utilizing a diverse network.

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Lucy Andersen