Monday, May 09 2011
|PRESS RELEASE||FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ellen Adair Wyche
The Wyche Group
“Entrepreneurs 2011: Turning Vision into Value”
Noted Entrepreneur and Women in Business Expert Featured at Atlanta Event
ATLANTA, GA (May 9, 2011): Womenetics is pleased to announce Barbara Kasoff, president, CEO and co-founder of Women Impacting Public Policy, Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the second annual women’s business conference, “Entrepreneurs 2011: Turning Vision into Value.” With the strong focus that female business owners need greater access to resources to help grow their businesses, the half day event will include panel discussions with successful Georgia entrepreneurs and experts from the public and private funding realms about real world financing options that can lead to business success. A Resource Fair of institutions that support women-owned businesses will be available throughout the morning. The event will take place on Thursday, June 23, 2011 at the Cobb Energy Centre in Atlanta, GA.
“Prior to co-founding Women Impacting Public Policy, Inc., Barbara Kasoff owned, and then sold, three successful telecommunications businesses,” says Elisabeth Marchant, CEO of Womenetics. “Kasoff now uses the knowledge and expertise she gained from that experience to challenge the status quo and help change public policy for women in business. Womenetics is honored to have her join us, and we’re excited to present this comprehensive program aimed at giving women the recognition and resources needed to increase female business ownership and advance their national and global business aspirations.”
For many years, Barbara Kasoff has been an advocate for small businesses and for women and minorities in business. In addition to the roles she plays through WIPP, Kasoff has enabled thousands of small business owners to communicate directly with one another to improve their businesses, learn of programs, opportunities and appointments in the communities, improve the climate of entrepreneurship, and play a part in public policy making. Kasoff is also in her second term as a member of the National Women’s Business Council which advises the President, Congress and the Small Business Administration, and which cited women’s access to capital as a primary research priority at their April NWBC meeting.
For more information about this event, please visit www.Womenetics.com.
Womenetics is a business platform providing substantive information for and about women. Recognized by Forbes as one of the Top 100 Websites for Women, and a finalist for the 2010 Stevie Awards for Women in Business, Womenetics is a media property that celebrates women in the workplace and focuses on the grooming of future leaders. Womenetics explores how women’s abilities can be effectively employed to impact critical challenges – the economy, health, work, wages, politics, social issues and education. Womenetics inspires women to become engaged, take charge of their destinies and to take their place in business and the public realm. Through relevant content online and at events, Womenetics brings powerful ideas and lessons for change. Womenetics is today’s imperative for business success. Visit www.Womenetics.com.