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AWOB (Alliance of Women Owned Businesses) February Power Series Roundtable Discussion

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It’s a new year and the Alliance of Women Owned Businesses (AWOB) announces a new format for this month’s meeting presentation – Rotating Roundtable Discussions. This informative and interactive experience provides attendees a variety of topics with one cohesive theme, Need to Know Business Topics. This special event takes place on Wednesday, February 13th at The Inn at Gig Harbor and promptly begins at 5:pm. Because of the unique format, you are encouraged to arrive early to pick the discussion group of your choice:



  • What is News?  

  • Conducting Better Meetings

  • Surviving Taxes

  • Beyond Facebook

  • Effective Networking

  • Clients You Shouldn’t Have




The Objective: Provide you with necessary tools for an informed approach to your business success.


The Approach:  Participants rotate through three of six mini-roundtable discussions facilitated by engaged professionals.


The Take-Aways: New current and emerging ideas on topics of interest useful for your business growth and taking it to the next level.


AWOB’s monthly meetings feature a guest speaker, or special format event, on topics of interest to female entrepreneurs. You will meet other women business owners, share your challenges and experiences, and walk away with information that will take your business to the next level.


This event is FREE to AWOB members and first time guests – the fee for all others is $25, payable at the door. Join AWOB and attend all of the events free! You can sign up at this meeting.


Attendees may bring a door prize to get a spotlight moment to promote their business. Business cards are drawn for door prizes


AWOB Meet Me After Hours, a no-host dinner opportunity, follows this meeting in the restaurant at the Inn at Gig Harbor – offering time for attendees to converse and continue networking in a casual one-to-one setting.


For more information: www.allianceofwomenownedbusinesses.com  www.facebook.com/allianceofwomenownedbusinesses

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