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Our second day of the 2020 Women's Small Business Summit is all about inspiration. What better way to be inspired than to hear from accomplished female entrepreneurs in our own community? Kaitlyn Szczupak is the owner of S&S Transmissions and Auto Repair in...
When SCORE Rhode Island launched its first Women’s Small Business Summit in 2019, its goal was to bring RI’s copious small business resources together with the female business owners who needed them. As we gear up for the event’s second year, Co-Chair Rochelle Blease shares her thoughts on why you should get involved—and how you can get more out of any business event you go to.
Whether you’re a female business owner or someone who serves that group of entrepreneurs, you’re part of an extraordinary ecosystem with a unique set of challenges and opportunities. In this article, SCORE RI Co-Chair Rochelle Blease shares her perspective on women in business—where they bring unique strengths, and what they need help with the most.
It goes without saying that small business owners and entrepreneurs are a unique lot. Very few people can, or will, launch their own business—and many will struggle or fail. So what does it take to not just survive, but thrive? We asked Rochelle Blease, Co-Chair of SCORE Rhode Island and CEO of Breakthrough Growth, for some insights.
We asked Katie McDonald, self-care strategist and CEO of bnourished®, for the top advice she gives women in business and female entrepreneurs.
For you entrepreneurs who think self-care is selfish, a few words from Katie McDonald could change your mind.
What did it take for Katie McDonald, CEO of bnourished® and sought-after keynote speaker, to go from burned-out to booming? Hard work and commitment—not just to herself, but to all the other Type A’s who didn’t know how to B. Read on to hear Katie’s unique perspective on the challenges for women in business, and how she brought herself back from the brink.
Get On-Demand Access
The 2020 Summit went virtual, allowing us to more easily record the programming and adapt it to a useful form to revisit, or access if you missed the actual days!
It was our mission to make this the must-attend event of the year for aspiring, new and veteran female business owners. Based on attendee feedback, we did well!
It's not too late. You don't have to miss out. The recording access gives you the vital content you'd receive during the events, and the private community gives you the connection to a private network of peers.