If you’re a woman running your own business or about to start a business, it’s time to assemble “The Little Pink Toolbox.”
That’s the theme of Alabama State University’s Women in Business Conference 2013, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in ASU’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome Banquet Room. The event is hosted by the university’s Small Business Development Center.
Keynote speakers at the conference will be Miranda Bouldin, president and CEO of LogiCore Inc., and LeNa Powe, manager of Minority Business and Small Business Development for the Birmingham Business Alliance. Powe also is a former Miss Black Alabama.
Organizers are encouraging women of all generations and backgrounds to attend the conference, which will both celebrate womanhood and provide guidance to women on the keys to success, offered by top business professionals.
“From start to finish, this one-day conference is designed to help women and small business owners grow through our high-impact, interactive platform,” said Lorenza Patrick, director of the Small Business Development Center at ASU. “The workshops will provide participants with resources needed to succeed in business. It is for women who are thinking about starting a business and for those who are already in business.” Read More