Successful businesswomen tell how they did it—and how others can too.
SALEM, Mass., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Enterprise Center at Salem State University will welcome some of the region's most successful businesswomen at the Million Dollar Women Symposium, to be held Wednesday, November 3, from 8 AM to 1 PM at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem. It is expected that the sixth annual event, like its predecessors, will be a sell-out, a testament both to the number of businesswomen whose companies have hit the magic million-dollar mark in gross revenues, and to the aspirations of hundreds of other women who come to learn from them. The symposium is sponsored by Beverly Cooperative Bank, who was the founding sponsor of this event and continues to support it every year.
The focus of the program is the opportunity to hear firsthand how these women achieved success, to ask them questions, and to benefit from the advice they share. This year's panel represents a broad cross-section of businesses, from regional to nationwide, children's hair salons to laboratory consulting to software. Their journeys to success are equally varied, so that virtually anyone can find a role model among them.
This year's keynote speaker will be Julie Palen, former founder and CEO of Internoded, Inc., which she sold to Mobile Device Management, where she is now Senior Vice President. Panelists include Joanna Meiseles, Founder & Creative Director, The Snip-its Corporation; Regina Villa, Principal & Owner, Regina Villa Associates; Kathleen Murphy, President & Co-Owner, Chi Solutions, Inc.; Sue Welch, Founder & CEO, Tradestone Software; and Nancy Mobley, Founder and CEO, Insight Performance, Inc. Additional information on the program and participants is available at www.enterprisectr.org.
"What makes Million Dollar Women unique," says Christine Sullivan, CEO of the Enterprise Center, "is that it is so empowering. Our guests speak from their hearts as well as their professional mindsets. It is not surprising that many prior panelists return to the luncheon year after year."
Due to the popularity of this program, early registration is encouraged. The program, including the luncheon, costs $50 prior to October 15th, $55 after that date. Special rates for tables of eight are also available. Register at www.enterprisectr.org or by calling 978-542-7528.
SOURCE Enterprise Center at Salem State University