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Tuesday
Jan072014

SNHU - Women & Money Forum Workshops 

 This Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014,

8:30am - 4:00pm




With the frigid temperatures outside, you should plan to warm-up with us this Thursday at the 2014 Women and Money Forum.  We have brought in experts who will share their valuable knowledge and teach you the skills you need to be financially successful, at home or at work.  

See Below for the workshops designed with you in mind!

Personal Finance Track

Understanding and Improving Your Credit Score with Sue Smulski

Women and Wealth: How to Begin or Re-Start Your Financial Plan with Sarah Serling

Wills and Trusts and Your Business with Amy Kanyuk

Building Personal Wealth: Creating the Life You've Imagined with Melinda Davis

Principled and Ethical Negotiations: In Business, Family and Life with Catherine Blake

New Business Owner

Understanding Financial Statements for a Non-Financial Person with Claire Gagnon

How To Be Loan Ready with Kim Pope and Ellen Soucy

Minding Your Profit and Loss Statement with Kerry Lekas

Starting and Growing a New Business with Hugh Curley

Business Finance Options  with Marilyn Bogue, Donna Ehrler, and Jennifer Boulanger

Seasoned Business Owners

Minding Your Profit and Loss Statement  with Kerry Lekas

Pricing Products with Joanne Edgar

Business Finance Options with Marilyn Bogue, Donna Ehrler, and Jennifer Boulanger

Pricing Services with Joanne Edgar

Inventory with Kishore Pochampally

Seasoned/New  Business Owners

Top Ten Tax Issues Your CPA Should Know with Merrill Barter and Kathryn Michaelis

Today's Technology for Winning Sales Presentations and Proposals with Kym Harrington

Crowdfunding: Opportunity and Traps for the Unwary with Matt Benson and Elaine Hamel

 How to Pitch to a Angel Investors with Stephen Van Beaver

Social Media for Sales with Pat Spirou

Basic Financial Statements and Analysis with Resa Lundkvist

Crowdfunding:  Opportunity and Traps for the Unwary with Matt Benson

Stuck In The Middle- Taking Care Of Your Health and Money and Taking Care Of Others with Heather Lavoie

Affordable Healthcare Act with Seth Goodall and Greta Johansson

Top Ten Wage and Hour Mistakes of a Small Business with Linda Johnson

Be sure  to register for the 2014 Women & Money Forum to cultivate your prosperity!

Cost (includes lunch)

  • $50 - CWBA members
  • $75 - Non-members
  • $10 - VIP Networking

Register Online

Friday
Jan032014

SNHU - Great vendors at the Women & Money Forum 

You're Invited:  Jan. 9, 2014, 8:30am - 4:00pm


There is still an opportunity for you to register for the 2014 Women & Money Forum!  In addition to the numerous workshops focused on you and your finances, vendors representing different industries will also be in attendance.  

For example: 

Retail: Some small businesses will be selling their wares such as specialty food, fashion accessories  and much more.

Financial: Several financial institutions will be on hand to answer attendees questions. 

Branding: You represent your business and to make sure your brand has that professional polish, a vendor will available to provide business "headshots".

If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Ariel Wilson as soon as possible or if you have any questions. 

Cost to attend the Forum (includes lunch)

  • $50 - CWBA members
  • $75 - Non-members
  • $10 - VIP Reception

Cost to Vendor at the Forum (includes lunch and workshops of your choice)

  • $125 CWBA member
  • $250 Non-member
  • $10 VIP Reception

Register Online to either attend or vendor at the 2014 Women & Money Forum.


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Saturday
Dec142013

SNHU - Outstanding Women in Business Nomination Due


Nominations Due by January 3, 2014



The Center for Women's Business Advancement is pleased to support the New Hampshire Business Review's Outstanding Women in Business Awards celebrating the success and achievements of women in our state's business community.

We know there are many CWBA supporters that deserve this award. Please take a moment to nominate someone within your community. The nominations can be anyone from accomplished executives to visionary entrepreneurs to leaders of nonprofit organizations or public agencies.

Nominations for the 2014 Outstanding Women in Business Awards will be accepted through Friday, January 3, 2014.

Thursday
Jun062013

NH Sen. Bradley Statement on House Passage of Senate Bill 41

The New Hampshire Senate

Republican Majority Office

Bipartisan, pro-business bill provides much needed update to New Hampshire's Business Corporation Act.

Concord, NH – Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, prime sponsor of Senate Bill 41 revising the Business Corporation Act, issued the following statement after the bill passed the House on a unanimous vote:

“This legislation is the result of the dedicated and diligent work of some of the best business minds in New Hampshire who have helped us to craft a uniquely New Hampshire bill that will update our corporate statutes and attract new businesses to the state.  I was proud to work with our state’s job creators and other interested parties as the sponsor of this key, bipartisan, pro-business bill, and thank all 336 members of the House – Democrats and Republicans alike – who stood with us today in passing this legislation.  Together, we look forward to Governor Hassan joining us and signing SB41 into law.”

Friday
Mar222013

HRA Comments on HB530, reducing business paperwork 

At a time when legislators should be focused on helping small
businesses, the Democratically controlled New Hampshire House killed HB 530-FN, which would have reduced the paperwork requirements of small businesses across the state.

"HB 530-FN would have reduced the frequency that corporations, LLCs,
and consumer co-ops must make a report,from annually to once every three years," stated Rep. Carol McGuire, HRA Co-chair. "The bill would have helped both our businesses and our state government reduce their paperwork load."