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"Ladies Who Lunch" on Sept. 20 Offers Inspiration for Professional and Entrepreneurial Women and Students

Posted 09/10/2018
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, “Perfect your Networking Speech” next Thursday, September 20 from 12 – 1:30 pm. This free series offers an educational and networking opportunity for professional and entrepreneurial women and students. Bring your lunch and enjoy interactive presentations and inspirational stories about the challenges and growth experienced by successful women.

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

Perfect your Networking Speech
Thursday, September 20; 12 – 1:30 pm
Instructor: Bridget Brown
Networking is how you stand out and sell your business or product. Learn to answer the question “What do you do?” in a way that is quick, engaging, flexible, MEMORABLE, and cuts straight to the root of your business and the problems you solve for people!

Our next program will be in October:

Manage Your Personal Brand
Thursday, October 18; 12 – 1:30 pm
Instructor: Loretta Peters
Knowing, managing and growing your personal brand is essential in today’s competitive marketplace. Learn how to build a trustworthy name, own your uniqueness, and know your worth.

About the Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center

The University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business 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, 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