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09 Aug 2013 Written by CristinaQ In

8 Tips to a Silky Smooth Investment Meeting

Thought Leader Blog

Zady Founders Soraya Darabi and Maxine Bédat met over a decade ago while growing up together in Minnesota. After college, Soraya quickly made a name for herself in the startup scene gaining accolades and cover features with large publications like Fast Company, Inc. and AdAge. At the same time, Maxine was carving a niche for herself in international law and began building The Bootstrap Project, which would soon become the impetus to a venture together.
07 Aug 2013 Written by marcytwete In

Success: Journey or Destination?

Thought Leader Blog

Every entrepreneur at some point has heard the quote “Success is a journey, not a destination.” Easy advice for the successful, but not always fun to hear when you’re feeling less than happy about your business’ progress. In some ways, this quote is depressing. If the truth about your business is that you’re walking on a bridge over a river that never ends, what reason do you have to continue?

07 Aug 2013 Written by KB In

Is Multitasking your Default?

Thought Leader Blog

Multitasking is great, and there’s every reason for you to encourage your employees to multitask, right? Wrong! Multitasking is, in fact, turning into one of the worst habits of most people, and this is backed up by several studies. Recent research*, however, has demonstrated that that switching from one task to the next takes a serious toll on productivity.

Portland SAVVY Sponsorship

$500.00

By attending our SAVVY events and displaying your services, you not only have the opportunity to show off your fancy tablecloth or collateral but more importantly, you get to mingle with the ladies. Face to face interaction with your brand is so important when trying to introduce yourself to our community. We’d love to help you grow your business! (*All attendees/company representatives must be women)

Price: $500.00
30 Jul 2013 Written by KB In

Why Emails are as Tempting as Marshmallows

Thought Leader Blog

Distraction via email is the prime culprit of low productivity in the workplace. Our recent research* into distraction led us to explore why emails are a temptation too hard to resist. You may be familiar with the famous ‘marshmallow experiment’ which was a series of studies on delayed gratification in the late 1960s and early 1970s; four-year-olds were given a marshmallow, but told that if they waited seven or eight minutes, they could have two marshmallows – not just the one.

18 Jul 2013 Written by eileenzimm In

Three Simple Steps to Your First Sale

Thought Leader Blog

One of the most intimidating tasks for many entrepreneurs is finding your first customer. When you are passionate about the business you are building it is easy to stay focused on creating the product or service you want to bring to market. But at some point you will put the finishing touches on your offering and it will be time to actually offer it to someone and close your first sale.

Here are three simple steps to move your company from concept to customer.

18 Jul 2013 Written by chicceo In

But Are You Making Any Money?

If you're ready to STOP being busy and START creating cash, you've got to join us for a strategy call with Marley Majcher, a celebrity event planner and business strategist who (literally) wrote the book on the topic.  

In her first book, "But Are You Making Any Money? Stop Being Busy and Start Creating Cash" Marley unveiled the practical strategies and real world advice that has transformed thousands of businesses and is now regularly featured on media outlets like Fox and Friends, MSNBC, the Wall Street Journal and more!

In our call, Marley's candid approach to creating cash and eliminating craziness will give you everything you need to:

• Price for maximum profit
• Save time and reduce frustration
• Position yourself profitably within your market
• Identify habits and activities that are keeping you from really being profitable
• Create a sales/marketing funnel that will forever eliminate the all-too-familiar feast-or-famine

Come prepared for a fun, fresh, and fabulously practical approach to (quick and sustainable) business success!

When: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 
1pm PDT / 4pm EDT



 

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Lucky gal - you know someone at Chic CEO and they are giving you a very special discount to the SOLVE Conference for women. (AKA: $52 bucks off!!) 

Price: $97.00

Premium Sponsorship: Solve Conference for Women

$1,000.00

Thank you for sponsoring the upcoming SOLVE Conference for Women on July 27th.

Premium Sponsor:
- 2 tickets to the event
- Logo on all event materials
- 6 Social Media posts on your behalf: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, etc.
Price: $1,000.00

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$85.00

Includes:
 - Button in HBB section
 - 125 Word paragraph describing business and services
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Top Floor Legal Sponsorship

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10 Jul 2013 Written by LauraGiveMe10 In

I'm Not as Chic a CEO as I'd Like to Be...

Thought Leader Blog Post

But I’m getting better… I'm on Week 2 of my July goal to build a personal Financial Fact Sheet. I’m creating a one-sheet of all the key financial data for our family. I am embarrassed to say that until now the financial info has been here, there and everywhere. I know I can get my hands on it, but don’t ask me to tell you our insurance deductible, or checking account rate. I know you won’t ask me this at a cocktail party because you’re kind and it’s boring. But, really, isn't part of being "chic" having my finger on the pulse of the family finances?

08 Jul 2013 Written by TotalHarmonyCoaching In

Dance Your Way to Success!

Thought Leader Blog

This week I’m reminded of how easy things can happen when you feel good. It all started with hearing my new favourite song on the radio. The one by Robin Thicke – who would have thought?! Anyway, after having a complete rock out in the car while dropping the kids off at camp, I was having so much fun that I decided to continue the party when I got home and did a little dancing! Who knew one could have so much fun while warming up their coffee? I remember thinking while I was dancing that I really need to do that more often. You know what I mean, right ladies?

July 2013 San Diego SAVVY Sponsorship - LYFT

$100.00

 • San Diego SAVVY Sponsorship (7/17/13)
       • Logo on our San Diego SAVVY landing page
       • Logo on all of the dedicated San Diego SAVVY emails for the month

Price: $100.00
05 Jul 2013 Written by patti8 In

I’m Not A Salesperson, I’m An Entrepreneur

Thought Leader & Chic Siren Level 3 Blog Post

How many times have you uttered that phrase to yourself or to others?  The truth is, being an entrepreneur automatically makes you a salesperson and as soon as you embrace this fact of entrepreneur life you will be well on your way to grabbing more of your market share, increasing your revenue and growing your business.
I spent most of my pre-business owner days in a sales environment and believe the skills I learned while pushing someone else’s wares are what have made me more competitive as an entrepreneur.  Those skills are not just for the extroverted or the aggressive—they are for all those that are passionate about what they are doing and can’t wait to share that with the world.  Yes, that’s you—that’s you Miss Entrepreneur, Miss Brand Ambassador.  
 
Here’s what you need to do to become your company’s best advocate and Chief Sales Officer:
 
02 Jul 2013 Written by LauraGiveMe10 In

Create a Financial Health Fact Sheet

Thought Leader Blog Post

We are smart women. We are financially responsible. Yet we -- or maybe I should just say I -- am not as on top of my finances as I should be. There is a dizzying array of financial info I should have at my fingertips but instead struggle to manage -- or flagrantly avoid. If I'm managing a family of 5, I should know how much we have saved for retirement as readily as I know if we need to put cereal on the shopping list, or where the baseball cleats are. I should spend at least as much time managing our finances as I do planning a dinner party or preparing for a board meeting. But somehow all those other things are easier to grasp and more immediate than if we can pay for college or if we have a higher mortgage rate than we need to. The truth is, I feel all at the same time overwhelmed, scared and hopelessly bored at the thought of doing a deep dive into finances.

2U/Chic CEO Alliance 2013-2014

$7,000.00

Promotional partnership consisting of year long campaign including:

-Dedicated emails
-Scholarship offerings
-Blogs
-Advertisement
-Social Media
-Event Sponsorships

Price: $7,000.00
29 Jun 2013 Written by Darcie Harris In

When Do You Reach Out to Investors?

Thought Leader Blog Post

Shayla is convinced she needs an investor. A business colleague introduced her to me, thinking I could help her with some coaching and by making a few connections. So I took a look. On the surface I saw a woman who has been in her industry fifteen years and knows her target market well. I saw a small business with a novel twist and plenty of opportunities to expand in her market. I loved her business model and all the clever ways she was implementing to increase revenues and profits. Looking closer, a different picture emerged.

28 Jun 2013 Written by hgadsby In

What’s Your Personal Brand?

Thought Leader Blog Post

How many of you know what your personal brand is and how you get your brand out there in the market in the first place? "The First Step to Building Your Personal Brand" is a must read to start off on the right foot with when it comes to your personal brand. On a basic level, a brand is the idea or image of a specific product or service that consumers connect with, by identifying the name, logo, slogan or design of the company who owns the idea or image. Branding is also a way to build an important company assets which is good for the brand’s reputation.

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