2013 Professional BusinessWomen of California

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Supersize Your Small Business Hope Gibbs on the "8 Steps to PR Success"


Are You Ready to Super-Size Your Small Business?

The Inkandescent Group’s founder Hope Katz Gibbs moderated a panel on entrepreneurship, featuring InkandescentSpeakers.com Kristine Carlson, co-founder of the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series, and Bonnie Harvey, co-founder of Barefoot Wine.

What does it mean to super-size? The “Don’t Sweat” series has sold millions of copies, and Barefoot sold to E. & J. Gallo for millions of dollars. These entrepreneurial phenoms will tell you how it’s not just possible—but likely—to follow in their footsteps.

Kristine Carlson, co-founder of the “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” series

Kristine is a nationally known spokesperson on women’s issues, and the co-founder of the “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” series with her late husband Richard Carlson. Her most recent books include “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms,” “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women,” and “Heart-broken Open: A memoir through loss to self-discovery.” More here: kristinecarlson.com.

Bonnie Harvey, co-founder of Barefoot Wine.

Bonnie Harvey is the co-founder of Barefoot Wine. A serial entrepreneur, industry reformer, and brand builder, she and partner Michael Houlihan had no money and no knowledge of the wine industry when they founded the Barefoot Wine brand. Against the odds, they turned their idea into the most awarded wine for its quality and price, and in 2005 sold to E. & J. Gallo.

Their new book, “The Barefoot Spirit,” is a primer for all small business owners on how to master the art and science of entrepreneurship. More here: www.barefootwinefounders.com..

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Don’t miss this powerhouse event that is being hosted on May 23 by Professional BusinessWomen of California, www.pbwc.org.

Why you should attend: Each year, PBWC.org brings together the most provocative and sought-after speakers in the country at the premier premier conference for women in business. This premier conference has already attracted more than 4,000 business women from around the country. You won’t want to miss is!

The nitty-gritty: The Professional BusinessWomen of California Conference will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2013 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, CA. Click here for more information.

What you need to know: The conference will feature inspiring speakers, interactive learning, and purposeful networking to create powerful experiences that unlock the full potential of women in the workplace, including:

And that’s just the beginning!

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