Combine the words Unique, Dynamic, Visible, Intelligent, and Welcoming and you would get the ladies on this panel. Learning from the variety alone is worth attending. Join us again for Woman's
Combine the words Unique, Dynamic, Visible, Intelligent, and Welcoming and you would get the ladies on this panel. Learning from the variety alone is worth attending.
Join us again for Woman’s Busines Lab 102
Topic: Branding vs. Marketing
Why?: Because sometimes WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? AND WHY? are just not enough?
This is your opportunity to learn from unique real life triumphs and mistakes. This is what they don’t teach you in school about running a successful business.
WBLab Purpose: Women’s Business LAB Series is designed for woman who either want to start a business, have just started a business or for those of you who currently own a business and want to share, expand and/or learn from real life successes and avoid actual mistakes.
WBLab102 Panelist will include:
-Anais St. John
International Jazz Singer, Musical Educator
and Dramatic Local Performer
-Leilani K. Heno
Motivational Speaker, Author and TV Personality
Founded X-Trainers Personal Training in 1991
Private Practice owner
Co-founded Magnolia Physical Therapy in 2005
-Nora Vaden Holmes
State Farm Agency Owner
Founded Nora Vaden Holmes Ins Agcy Inc in 2001
Reserve your space today.
As a special thank you for those of you who were our inaugural guests at WBLab101, we are extending this special offer to you:
As you know we gave away cool gifts, such as, massages and an entire Eliptical Machine. At our next event, for inaugural guests of WBLab101 who bring in a guest, you will receive an extra entry to the door prize for each extra guest that you bring. If you bring in 3 or more guests, you will have the option of either FREE attendance for you or 3 entrees for any door prize. (For those of you with 3 guests, pay now and receive your refund at the door).
Reserve your space today.
Woman’s Business LAB 102
Date: Friday, September 20th from 4pm-6pm at the historic American Can Building
(Come to Center Business: 3700 Orleans Ave Suite 104)
Food: Lite fare and bubbly
(Friday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
X-Trainers Training Facility
3700 Orleans Ave. #104, New Orleans, LA, 70119
Celebrating International Yoga Month
Day of Yoga is always held the last weekend of September and is a celebration that wraps up International Yoga Month. We bring together the community of yoga teachers, healers, wellness practitioners and mobile service providers that share the vision of raising funds and awareness to provide accessible yoga and wellness services to our under-represented, low income, minority, and disadvantaged disabled communities.
A Way to Make a Difference and Impact Lives
Day of Yoga is the first yoga festival in New Orleans ever created by locals for locals to make an impact in their community and the world. It started humbly at City Park in 2018 by Jai Bhakti Yoga Foundation founder Christina Andrini, and was a huge success. Making yoga accessible to the community so everyone can have the chance to make a difference and impact lives by just $5 to attend or any amount participants wish to give to touch a life in need of restoration. Vendors and creatives pay a small contribution for a space and contribute 10% of their revenue to Day of Yoga to share in the same mission of changing lives.
Register Here Why is this seminar a great use of your time?
Why is this seminar a great use of your time?
- Discussion of Key Drivers of Revenue in increasing business value.
- Use of Industry Benchmarks in determining the value of your business.
- Importance of determining the competitive landscape of your industry and the impact on business value.
Retirement – The ultimate goal. The value of your business matters.
Lead by Stephanie Halphen, CPA/CFF CVA
Stephanie L. Halphen, CPA/CFF, CVA, MAFF
Ms. Halphen’s consulting experience includes accounting and auditing services, including financial projections for loan proposals. Professional service firms, oil and gas companies, banking, auto dealerships, retail, healthcare, mobile home industry, manufacturing and distribution are all industries she has consulted.
In litigation services, Ms. Halphen’s experience includes fraud and forensic accounting, expert reports and testimony in accounting and financial business issues. In addition, drafting and responding to interrogatories related to financial issues, drafting questions for trial related to financial issues, critique of financial expert witness reports, reviewing, organizing and analyzing financial documents received in response to discovery, and preparing required financial disclosures.
Additionally, Ms. Halphen has provided business valuation services for various purposes from estate tax and gift tax planning to mergers and acquisitions, marital dissolutions, shareholder disputes, and other litigated/non-litigated matters. Businesses she has valued include manufacturing, timber, restaurant, utility contract services, health care, professional services, retail and real estate.
Louisiana State University,
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA) – licensed in Louisiana and Mississippi
- Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF)
- Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
- Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF)
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants
- National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts
(Tuesday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Fidelity Bank Metairie Rd Branch
1811 Metairie Avenue
Loyola President Tania Tetlow and New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell will deliver opening remarks. Judy Reese Morse, former deputy mayor for the City of New Orleans and current president
Loyola President Tania Tetlow and New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell will deliver opening remarks. Judy Reese Morse, former deputy mayor for the City of New Orleans and current president and CEO of the Urban League of Louisiana, will give the keynote address.
The workshop — hosted in partnership by the Women’s Resource Center at Loyola, the Junior League of New Orleans, NOLA 4 Women and Now, Love and other leading organizations — runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A host of civic leaders, diversity leaders, and other successful women from business, media, law and politics — many of whom have roots at Loyola — will moderate and lead discussions. Interested participants can register here.
Since the theme of the workshop is Breakthrough Advocacy, speakers will discuss the trends and technologies changing the industry. A subtheme of the workshop is how increased youth and diversity in the civic arena is changing how women advocate for their cause, organization or industry.
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
6363 St. Charles Avenue
Social Media Basics September 26, 2019 from 3:30-5:30pm Social media is a must in 2019, and there is a space for every business! This workshop will define what type of client you can
Social Media Basics
September 26, 2019 from 3:30-5:30pm
Social media is a must in 2019, and there is a space for every business! This workshop will define what type of client you can find on the major social media platforms. We will also cover how to differentiate your business online, and how to keep up the momentum once you get going. Topics include:
- Building a content calendar
- Budgeting for Digital Marketing & Boosting Basics
Identifying when to outsource your social media
(Thursday) 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Fidelity Bank Metairie Rd Branch
1811 Metairie Avenue
The Urban League of Louisiana’s Women’s Business Resource Center is excited to host its 2019 Women in Construction Convening: The Power of Connectivity, on Thursday, October 17, 2019, 8:30am-3:00pm, at the New Orleans
The Urban League of Louisiana’s Women’s Business Resource Center is excited to host its 2019 Women in Construction Convening: The Power of Connectivity, on Thursday, October 17, 2019, 8:30am-3:00pm, at the New Orleans Jazz Market, 1436 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., New Orleans, LA. We are excited to offer this dynamic event in support of women in construction across the state of Louisiana and welcome your support.
Connectivity is a measure of the extent to which the components of a network are linked to one another, and the ease and speed with which they can leverage the value of one another. In essence, the connectivity of a network is an important measure of its productivity and resilience.
For networks to become powerful, they must be interconnected, and for women in construction, this is no different. Connectivity creates diversity, innovation, and resilience within our professional and personal networks and our businesses.
During the 2019 Women in Construction Convening, participants will learn more about the networks that exist to support and promote women in construction across the region, and how they can best leverage these resources. Topics discussed include:
- From Myths to Mitigation: Risk Management in Construction and Employment Law
- The New World Order of Green Building Practices: What You Should Be Doing Now
- Money Matters: Financial Planning and Wealth Building Strategies for Women in Construction
- Managing Your People: Process and Compliance
Don’t miss this awesome event! Registration is now open.
(Thursday) 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
New Orleans Jazz Market
1436 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd