Plain speaking, authentic, hard-earned perspectives with timely, tactical, and tangible advice on how to solve the greatest challenges women
Gilbert, Arizona May 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – iNETrepreneur Network will present Unchain Yourself Professional Women’s Conference taking place at McQueen Activity Center located at 510 N. Horne St., Gilbert, AZ 85233 on July 28, 2022, featuring a variety of experts who help women entrepreneurs overcome the top 8 challenges that hold them back.
iNETrepreneur Network is proud to bring Unchain Yourself Professional Women’s Conference to Gilbert, AZ for the first time. This semi-annual event is hosted annually in-person and annually online. Unchain Yourself Professional Women’s Conference will offer plain-speaking, authentic, hard-earned perspectives with timely, tactical, and tangible advice on how to solve the greatest challenges women entrepreneurs face.
Lack of capital
Lack of confidence
Building market access
Struggle to be taken seriously
This all-day event, open to men and women will deliver substantial content, an immersive experience, powerful and relevant deliverables from the keynote, featured speakers, and panel discussions. Attendees will laugh, learn, network, and share ideas with peers, professionals, and thought leaders.
Tickets are sold online only at https://bit.ly/3rSSMSo for $20. Exhibitor booths and sponsorship opportunities are available.
“No”, is not a roadblock. It is a pathway to a different route.” – Shawn Renee Jones
iNETrepreneur Network CEO, Shawn Renee Jones, and Founder, Robert W. Jones provide tools, resources, and education for Founders, Executives, and Entrepreneurs from around the world helping them to connect with targeted audiences, gain media coverage, and be featured on a variety of digital and traditional media platforms.
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