Mobilize Women Small Business Owners Roundtable: Mobilizing Enterprising Women to Think Big
Online • August 26, 2020
Join us during MWW for a safe and fun virtual opportunity for entrepreneurs and business owners women to connect peer-to-peer through casual guided conversation and #MobilizeWomen special guests.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
This weeks topic:
The entrepreneurial landscape is changing. It is becoming more gender equal. However, there is a revenue gap between male- and female-owned businesses that remains.
A recent report from tech company UENI found women make up 45 percent of all small business owners in the U.S. Additionally, women account for 52 percent of sole proprietors. However, this same study found that women generated less revenue than males.
In this thought provoking presentation, Elizabeth Eiss and Simone Sloan will:
- Explore the current state of women business owners
- Help participants identify their BIG HAIRY AUDIOUS GOALS
- Support participants to reframe their business future state that sets them up for more success!
Through the years, we’ve built a coalition of courageous, dedicated and kind women who show up for each other. The business owners and entrepreneurs at Ellevate have forged a tight group to whom they can rely on for advice, knowledge, and support.
This event is a weekly signature Ellevate event and provides an opportunity to connect, crowd-source solutions, receive and give support, and brainstorm ideas and innovations for your business in these uncharted times.
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Our weekly Roundtables are designed for participant interaction. It’s a place you can be yourself and be comfortable sharing and showing up for others.
- 1 - 1:15: Thought Leadership from Guest Expert
- 1:15 - 1:50: Facilitated group discussion(main room or across numerous breakout rooms)
- 1:50 - 2:00: Key takeaway sharing
Come ready to:
- Have your video on. Visible communication is important.
- Try to be somewhere quiet and fosters good focus.
- Share whats going on in your world, and/or something relevant to the topic or your peers:
- a problem/challenge you’re facing, or;
- an idea or solution for someone else, or;
- a practice, or funny anecdote that might help others.
- Share resources that helped you(a great book or leadership strategy)
- Continue Member connections and conversations even after the call.
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