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12 Jun 2015 Written by esyra17star In

Geek Girl Tech Conference - June 20th

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31 Mar 2015 Written by esyra17star In

The “Red Flags” Rule for Small Businesses: Are You in Compliance?


Nearly 10 million Americans are victims of identity theft every year, and the numbers are rising. Often, identity theft stems from the theft or misuse of data collected by businesses.

23 Dec 2014 Written by esyra17star In

Using Apps To Stay Organized and Connected

By Connie Certusi


Connie Certusi is Executive Vice President and General Manager of Small Business Solutions at Sage North America.

As a business owner, you likely wear many hats: accounting, sales, marketing, and business development, just to name a few. If you aren’t already using apps to help streamline your tasks, now is the time to start. They can help you save time and free up resources, and many are inexpensive, if not free. They’re with you on the go because they are compatible with mobile devices, letting you run your business wherever you are.

24 Apr 2014 Written by esyra17star In

When She Makes More

As an entrepreneur, you may find yourself playing the role of chief breadwinner in your family. And if you’re a female entrepreneur who makes more, you may face unique challenges supporting your business and family at the same time.

In fact according to an academic study of over 1,000 women, with a relative split between women who make more and women who make less, female breadwinners say they tend to feel more pressure to “make it all work” – from finances to career to housework.

07 Apr 2014 Written by esyra17star In

Franchising with Pure Barre

We’re sure many of you have heard the Confucius quote, “Choose a job you love, and you’ll never work another day in your life.”  This sentiment resonates with Pure Barre studio owners around the country, many of whom have left high powered careers to open a Pure Barre studio... and never looked back!
01 Apr 2014 Written by esyra17star In

Women in Business Symposium: How to get media attention in a fragmented market.

Sisters are doing it for themselves once again at the 15th annual Women in Business Symposium on April 25, 2014 at the Hilton Del Mar. A forum designed for entrepreneurial women to talk, exchange ideas and get information on emerging technologies and business strategies, it’s an event rife with networking opportunities.  Attendees will hear from thought-provoking presenters, sit in on brief but compelling roundtable discussions, and peruse tabletop exhibits demonstrating new products.  A handful of merchants will provide retail therapy for those who want to finish out the day with a bit of added flair.
This year’s presenters include a panel of media professionals offering tips and ways to get attention for your business in a fragmented media market.  Nicole Darling, XETV producer, Steve Cohen, KUSI Program Director and Sue Norberg writer for the Union-Tribune Retail Trends column will present and answer questions.  Renee Kohn, life coach, standup comedian and San Diego 6 team member and co-host of San Diego Living; her topic: Attract Success in Business with Heart and Soul.  Roundtable presentations will be tailored to provide helpful information on subjects as diverse as leadership strategies, minimizing office clutter, utilizing social media and micro-fitness routines that maximize returns.
This symposium is an ideal place to meet like-minded thinkers and learn about what’s changing the face of business in and out of San Diego.
The event is Friday, April 25 from 8 - 4 pm, Hilton Del Mar,15575 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, CA 92014. Admission is $85, includes lunch, event and exhibits.
To register visit use the code at sign-up WIBS5 is $5 off admission through April 15.


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