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Monday November 9, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM EST
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Harris Conference Center
3216 CPCC Harris Campus Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28208

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Presented by:



Central Piedmont Community College
Small Business Center

A New Mission:
Military Women As Entrepreneurs

Did you know that the skills you  honed in the military are the very skills that make successful business owners? Your military experience is your secret weapon, but there are other business skills needed to start or grow your business as a female veteran. Are you ready to call in reinforcements?

The Women’s Business Center of North Carolina and  Central Piedmont Community College's Small Business Center would like to honor your sacrifice and hard work with a conference created just for you. All women are invited to join us, but if you are a female veteran, an a ctive duty female service member, or one of the military women on the frontlines here at home, we have put together an event to help you move forward in your “new mission” as an entrepreneur.   

Join us November 9,  2015 to listen to a panel of successful female veteran business owners, learn about the business resources available to help you achieve your goals and get motived by our special keynote speaker who will share her experiences to inspire you to succeed and grow as an entrepreneur.

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Featured Speaker:

  As CEO of The Rosie Network (TRN), Stephanie Brown has been featured in  
  Woman’s Day magazine, CBS Radio Hometown Heroes, USAA In The News,
  MOAA Military Family Life and on the cover of U.S. Veterans Magazine – to name
  a few.  She was selected in 2013 as Military Spouse CEO and San Diego
  Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” award.  She also teaches
  classes on entrepreneurship and speaks on issues of military spouse

  Stephanie founded The Rosie Network to promote our nation’s veteran and
  military spouse-owned businesses to the American consumer.  To date, TRN
  has provided services to over 5,000 military families, at no cost to them. Read Stephanie's complete biography.