With each new year, big conferences are planned for business women seek out these events to attend to broaden their networks and increase the client base. Conferences in NYC are great places to connect, learn and share new business ideas.
The conference quote:"For me, conferences are like little mental vacations: a chance to go visit an interesting place for a couple of days, and come back rested and refreshed with new ideas and perspectives. " Erin McKean
We can all learn more from reframing our brains through hearing and allowing new ideas and thought processes to permeate our sometimes clouded or one-way of thinking strategy. We strongly believe in the theory that no one succeeds alone and it is through fresh, new ideas and the shared best practices of others who've accomplished what you are trying to accomplish that will help facilitate your growth.
Jane Fonda, advises us as business women to: "Seek women mentors. If you're a businesswoman, look at the TEDx conferences. There's a lot of businesswomen that speak there. I find them extremely inspiring." And we agree. Find conferences like ted that support you as a business woman and attend them. We not only attend events but we are the proud producers of the MACsWomen Connect Summit . An annual conference that supports women business owners acorss the New York Tri-State area at-large; held in Westchester County, New York on the first Saturday in October, each year.
How Conferences Connect Business Women Using Social Media Sites.
As a business woman attending a conference, you can use social media sites to connect long before you attend the event. Here are a few ways:
If you have already registered to attend this October's MACsWomen Connect Summit, let us know with a tweet using the hashtag #MACsSummit and follow the summit's new Instagram page at http://www.instagram.com/connectsummitandexpo! We look forward to getting to know you well before the event. Registration is open, sign up here!
Now tell us, are there business conferences in 2015 you know of that might be of interest to our readers of female entrepreneurs? Share a bit about the conference and a link in the comments below. Let's spread the love!