CTB Women’s Business Summit Gears Up For Outstanding Second Year
Set to take place during National Women’s Business Week, the CTB Women’s Business Summit will feature two intense days of training, networking, business growth opportunities, personal development and a trade show at the Bismarck Civic Center.
Center for Technology & Business (CTB) operates the ND Women’s Business Center and is pulling together women from across the region for this two-day summit focused on personal and professional growth.
This year’s keynote speaker is sure to attract a wide crowd. Julie Aigner Clark is a full-time mom and former teacher, best known for founding The Baby Einstein Company, a start-up business that was born in her basement and became an internationally acclaimed, multimillion-dollar company in less than five years. “Julie didn’t set out to be an entrepreneur, she just wanted to make the world a happier place! I think many women can relate to this desire and will appreciate Julie’s message about following your passion,” explained CTB Executive Director, Deb Eslinger.
Whether a professional in the workplace, a business owner, or simply a woman aspiring to improve herself, participants will find a variety of breakout sessions and activities to choose from featuring speakers from across the state of ND.
Register for the CTB Women’s Business Summit at ndwomensbusinesssummit.com or call 701-223-0707.
Center for Technology & Business (CTB) serves as the women’s business center for North Dakota and grows North Dakota’s economy by helping small business owners succeed through training, technology and business development. Their programming develops leaders, builds rural communities and mentors women business owners.