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Join Ladies Who Lunch This Thursday: Inspiration for Professional and Entrepreneurial Women


Posted 05/14/2018
Submitted by Shelli McMillen
Category: Campus Announcements, Student Announcements

The University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center (EC/WBC) will host the next Ladies Who Lunch event, “Discover Your Secret Sauce” this Thursday, May 17 from 12 – 1:30 pm. This free series offers an educational and networking opportunity for professional and entrepreneurial women. Bring your lunch and enjoy interactive presentations and inspirational stories about the challenges and growth experienced by successful women.

This week’s program will meet at the EC-WBC’s location at 222 Pitkin Street, East Hartford, CT 06108. To register, visit hartford.edu/ec-register or call 860.768.5681.

Discover Your “Secret Sauce”
Thursday, May 17; 12 - 1:30 pm
Speaker: Gina Johnson

Learn to identify and leverage what you do better than your competitors and develop easy-to-implement methods for consistent branding.

Our next program will be in July:

The Life Changing Magic of Showing Up
Thursday, July 19; 12 – 1:30 pm
Location:  Babcock House, 260 Girard Avenue, Hartford, CT
Speaker:  Robin Colucci

Grow your business by showing up - live and in person – in unexpected places. Learn where and how to appear to boost your presence and have fun doing it. Bring your own lunch.

About the Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center

The University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center provides personalized business advising, educational programs, technical assistance, and networking events to new and expanding small businesses in Connecticut. The Center focuses on serving women through its largest initiative the Women’s Business Center, minority-owned businesses, and other underserved constituents. Part of the nationally-renowned Barney School of Business, the Center specializes in turning ideas into viable businesses and break-even companies into sustainable, profitable, and scalable enterprises. For more information, visit www.hartford.edu/ec .