GET YOUR CODE ON! WordPress Workshop Part I

We’ll take a look at WordPress from a business standpoint: what features can we use to inform, promote business and encourage discussion amongst our target audience?

A hands-on tour of the WordPress Dashboard will show us how easy it is to edit and update our sites. We’ll also dig into some live websites: from Company Blogs to mobile-optimized Restaurant websites to eCommerce shops, to learn how they are using WordPress.

Join Us Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm located at Brava Services, 21739 Melrose in Southfield, MI.

This is a workshop for non-technical women entrepreneurs. Men are always welcomed.

Guest Speaker provided by Girl Develop It. A nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching women coding skills.
Visit http://getyourcodeon.eventbrite.com to register. Space is limited register today. Contact us at entrepreneurexg@gmail.com for more information.

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E2g Entrepreneur Exchange Group Coworking Day

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Understanding the Business of You Tube

Understanding the Business of You Tube Workshop

PRESENTED BY:

Entrepreneur Exchange Group.com and Crystal Rose Love Channel

Monday, March 25th, 2013
6:00pm – 7:30pm

Tech Town
Conference Room A
440 Burroughs, Detroit, MI

You Tube is the number 2 search engine on the web, behind Google. Over 2 billion videos are viewed per day on You Tube. Learn how to make You Tube work for your business.

Guest Speaker:
Kwan Stafford, Co-Founder
Crystal Rose Love You Tube Channel and Café Belle.com

Crystal Rose Love Channel has over 1.1 million views with over 6,000 subscribers. Join us and learn how to thrive in the You Tube Community.

You must register to attend.

Go to http://understandingyoutube.eventbrite.com
Seating is limited.
Registration ends March 15, 2013
Contact Angeline Lawrence at entrepreneurexg@gmail.com for more information.

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Breastfeeding Mothers Unite and Focus: Hope partner for a Community Talent Show

BreastfeedingMothersUnite.com

 

Join Breastfeeding Mothers Unite and Focus:  Hope for the Healthy Families Awareness Day and Community Talent Show, Saturday, March 2, 2012 from 12 pm to 3 pm.  Event will take place at Focus: Hope Center for Children, located at 1550 Oakman Boulevard, Detroit, MI.

Growing Healthy Children, Building Stronger Families with the help of the Community.

Come out and learn how to cook healthy on a budget.
Learn why community supporting families, make a stronger families

Highlights of the Healthy Families Awareness Day will include topics like, eating healthy on a budget, benefits of breastfeeding and why doulas are important. Also, learn about Focus: Hope’s newest breastfeeding peer counselor and community based doula programs. Additional features include raffles, special guest and informational literature.

The Talent Show is a FREE EVENT that is Open to the community. Registration required.

We will have a great panel of Judges and this event is being MC’d by Kerry Lacy

Mr. Kerry Lacy is a professional bass player and vocalist that performed and recorded with acts including Sheila Landis, Geq, Montreaux International jazz festival in Switzerland, North Sea International Festival in Holland, Detroit Jazz Festival, 5 tours with Festival at Sea, and has shared the stage with Chaka Khan, the Whispers, and Chip Dixson

Performances are limited to singing, family friendly hip-hop, dancing and family friendly poetry.

1st Place:
Certificate and Ribbon – Winning Performance uploaded to BFMU’s YouTube page and Shared to BFMU’s Network – On Scene Photo shoot (10 Poses) – $200 Gift Card
2nd Place:
Certificate and Ribbon – On Scene Photo shoot (5 Poses) – $100 Gift Card
3rd Place:
Certificate and Ribbon – On Scene Photo shoot (1 Pose)

Saturday, March 2, 2013
12:00 pm until 3pm

Focus: HOPE Center for Children
1550 Oakman Blvd,
Detroit, Michigan 48238-3518

Talent Show Rules

1. Must live in the city of Detroit
2. Must be at least 10 years of age
3. Consent forms must be signed before performance (parent signature required for minors)
4. Performances are limited to singing, dancing and family friendly poetry.
5. Only edited or radio version of songs allowed
6. Use of Explicit language will result in disqualification
7. Registration required

Request a community resource table and to register to perform
Contact BFMU for more information: 313-757-2378
http://www.breastfeedingmothersunite.com/bfmu-events

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Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. Meet & Greet – Monday, Nov. 26th at 6-7:30 pm

Bizdom Detroit Business Accelerator Program

Detroit Chapter Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc.  Meet and Greet November 26, 2012 6-7 p.m.

Join us for our Meet & Greet on Monday, November 26, 2012 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Meet us at the @Madison Theatre Building, on the 5th floor, located  at 1555 Broadway Street, Detroit, MI.

 Meet Maria Lalonde, Recruiting & Development Leader of Bizdom. Learn about going high-tech with the Bizdom business accelerator program.  

You will also learn from a pioneer in the high-tech industry. Meet Catherine Juon, Founder of Beyond-Start Up, L.L.C. and author of Internet Marketing Start-to Finish. She helps second stage companies get the resources they need to achieve.

Attend our mini-Goal Setting Workshop with Mike Kotsis OF GPS for Small Business. He will help us Set Our Personal Goals 2 Achieve Our Dreams In 2013. 

CONTACT ANGELINE LAWRENCE at weaincdetroit@gmail.com to RSVP for attend.  

Facebook:    www.facebook.com/WEADetroit

Twitter:          @Entrepreneurexg

Email:            WEAINCDETROIT@GMAIL.COM          

Detroit Chapter - Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc.

 

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Detroit WEA, Inc. Honors Women in Transition of Bethlehem House

WEA, Inc. Detroit Chapter Annual Holiday Luncheon

 Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc.

Detroit Chapter - Annual Holiday Luncheon

 Saturday, December 1, 2012  

 1 pm – 3 pm

Roberts Riverwalk Hotel – Roberts Bistro

1000 River Place Drive – Detroit, MI

By: Angeline Lawrence, Editor-In-Chief

Women in Transition Programs of Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. are unique programs that provide a sanctuary for women overcoming adversity and transitioning through life’s many stages.

One out of every 4 women will experience domestic violence in their adult lives.  The National Coalition for the Homeless reported in July, 2009 that 63% of homeless women have experienced domestic violence.

Bethlehem House is committed to the spiritual and emotional well-being of women in transition. They offer a clean, safe, environment in a privately owned and operated home.  Services include, single and shared bedrooms, money management, life skills training, counseling/life coaching, legal referrals, medical referrals, laundry facilities and individual meal preparation.

Detroit Chapter of WEA, Inc. supports the Bethlehem House with donations from our supporters of the Denim & Diamonds Luncheon. The Bethlehem House, located at 5063 Van Dyke in Detroit, MI is a community based organization that provides  a “Home” program for 3 to 6 months designed to restore a woman’s dignity and a chance to regain her focus. 

Founder/Director SAFE - Guest Speaker

Our guest speaker, Ms. Kalyn Risker, Founder and Director of SAFE (Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment) is an over comer and advocate for victims of domestic violence. She rebuilt her life after escaping from domestic violence with her only daughter in 1988.  Since that time, she has been a warrior championing the cause of awareness of Domestic Violence. Her organization has helped dozens of women in the process.

Since May of 2006, the  non-profit organization has provided services to survivors of domestic violence in the Southeastern Michigan community. According to the website, SAFE has expanded its impact to the community by enlisting volunteers who are experts in the area of the training delivered.

SAFE is a part of several anti-violence initiatives within Southeastern Michigan including, Wayne County Council Against Family Violence and Transformation Detroit. You can find out more information about SAFE at www.newsafestart.org.

You can support the Detroit Chapter of Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc., by purchasing raffle tickets for a chance to win 1 of 3 holiday gift baskets for that special lady – mother, sister, wife or family or friend in your life. Baskets feature Avon, Mary Kay and jewelry by Precious Jewelz.

Raffle Tickets are $5.00 each. Admission to Luncheon is free, but Attendees are responsible for the purchase of their lunch. Selections can be made from the Bistro restaurant menu.  Contact @Claudette Anderson Harris at (248) 917-1206 or email at weaincdetroit@gmail.com to RSVP for event and purchase tickets. 

 

 

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1st Women in Business Award Luncheon

Hosted by: Fin-Ed, LLC

Join Us for the 1st Women in Business Award Luncheon on September 15, 2012 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Event will be held at  Peppermill Family Restaurant, located at 28620 Van Dyke, Warren, MI 48093.

Tickets are $35.oo. Attire: Dressy.

Event will include a Fashion Show, Prize Drawings and much, much more.

Percentage of proceeds will benefit HandBags for Hope.

Contact: Dara Harris, (586) 226-1383 or Deborah Barksdale at (313)310-6363

 

 

 

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Count Me In Urban Rebound-Detroit Pitch Party and Conference for Women-Owned Businesses

Join Count Me In and Urban Rebound Detroit on Thursday, August 16th, 2012  for a Free Business Pitch Party. 

Pitch Party host is Shelia McBride, President of GradeCheck.net.

Meet us at Tech Town, located at 440 Burroughs Street, Conference Rooms A & F at 6:00 pm.

Come and fine tune your business pitch for Urban Rebound-Detroit Conference and Competition

September 30th – October 1st, 2012.  Two (2)  minutes could change your life.

 

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Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. 10th Anniversary August 17-19, 2012

Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc.

10th Annual Women's Convention August 17th-19th, 2012 Cleveland, OH

 

Women Entrepreneurs of America, Inc. 10th Annual National Women’s Conference

“Year of the Entrepreneur” 

 August 17-19, 2012

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel (Downtown Cleveland),

1100 Carnegie in Cleveland, OH.

The focus will be on success stories and experiences of member entrepreneurs. The conference will include  keynote speaker, author and broadcast journalist, Edward Foxworthy, III. of Detroit, MI along with seminars, luncheon and an all white gala event. Click on http://weaclevelandconference2012@eventbrite.com to register today.

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Unveiling Program and Networking Reception June 12, 2012 at 6:00 pm

Vital Signs: A Tribute to African-American Achievement in the Health Care Industry

Unveiling Program and Networking Reception for the  Inaugural Edition of Vital Signs: A Tribute to African-American Achievement in the Health Care Industry. 

Join us on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at the Charles H. Wright Museum, which is

located at 315 E. Warren, Detroit, MI. 

Reception begins at 6:00 pm and the Unveiling Program starts promptly at 7:30.

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