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In December 1990, Sandy Sutton, the U.S. Small Business Administration’s District Director, decided that it was time for Orange County’s women’s business community to join the ranks of NAWBO. Sandy reached out to 10 prominent business women and challenged them to find a core group of 30 to qualify as a NAWBO chapter. It took less than 2 months to find and unite women who were ready, willing and able to form a chapter.
Corporate events are valuable investments in your company. A great corporate event is no easy task, but a company’s culture and brand are important to employees and clients. One of the biggest challenges when hosting a corporate event is knowing where to start and...read more
Unfortunately, the most effective tool in exchanging information, planning, and collaboration has been given a bad reputation in the corporate world over the years. Meetings and conferences allow everyone to engage in a professional environment and when managed...read more
December 14, 2017 All too often business owners perceive “fun” in the workplace as an invitation to mess around. If implemented in the right way however, both the company and its employees will profit from the benefits. As a business owner, I have seen success...read more