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Dec152013

SNHU - Women and Money Forum Cultivating Prosperity 

Save the Date: Jan. 9, 2014, 8:30am - 4:00pm

Do you understand your credit score? Do you know how to use social media for sales? Can you effectively present to potential clients?  The 2014 Women & Money Forum can answer these questions and more. Whether you are a new or a seasoned business owner, the forum has over 25 different workshops you can choose from that can help answer some of your pressing business questions.

Here is a preview of some of the workshops that will be offered:

  • Understanding Your Credit Score: Learn the importance of credit scores, what impacts your score & what actions you can take to raise it. Expert Sue Smulski of Citizens Bank will be the presenter of this workshop.
  • The Top 10 State Tax Issues Your CPA Should Know: Our state tax experts have many years of experience in multistate taxation and can highlight for you the “top 10” issues you should address with your local CPA to ensure that your business is in proper compliance and that you avoid costly tax audits. Kathryn Michaelis is the expert for this workshop.
  • Pricing Services: Pricing services is one of the hardest things in running a business.  There is no one exact formula or any one theory/method that works for each business.  Every business is unique and its customers are different, even among businesses offering the same service. This workshop will be presented by Joanne Edgar.

These are just some of the workshops being offered, please check out our website for more details on the different workshops and the event itself. 

Cost (includes lunch)

  • $50 - CWBA members
  • $75 - Non-members
  • $10 - additional for VIP Networking Event

Register Online

Register by December 18 and receive a free admission to our VIP Networking Event.

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact us via email or call 603-629-4697 to make arrangements.


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