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Upcoming Events

  • Mar
    23

    Boots to Business Reboot

    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    Boots to Business Reboot is a two-step training program that provides participants an overview of business ownership as a career vocation, an outline and knowledge on the components of a business plan, a practical exercise in opportunity recognition, and an introduction to available public and private sector resources.
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  • Mar
    25

    Darieth Chisolm Presents: Hustle and Heart

    9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    There is no time like the present to move into inspired action and accomplish your goals and dreams. That’s the message of Darieth Chisolm’s Hustle: Why Now is the Time to Unleash Your Passions. Whether you are seasoned business-owner ready to take your business to the next level or are just beginning to consider starting a business, you’ll benefit from Darieth’s message in Hustle.
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  • Mar
    29

    Meet the Lenders

    8:30 AM - 11:00 AM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    Chatham’s Women’s Business Center with the support of Duquesne University SBDC and Allegheny County Economic Development is hosting a “Meet the Lenders” Workshop
    Local nonprofit lenders will be part of a panel discussion explaining their loan programs, interest rates or fees, how long it takes to get approved, eligibility requirements and what lenders look for in a business. The panel discuss ... read more
  • Apr
    05

    April Member Coffee Hour: Certification & CWBC 1-Year Celebration

    9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    Come join Center members and CWBC Counseling clients at a special member coffee hour with a presentation on certification and celebrating one year of CWBC programming! Carolyn Klasnick, Partner & Executive Producer of Post Script Productions LLC, will provide insight into the process of becoming WBENC certified, including attending the SBA's 8(A), Hubzone and Women-Owned Certification Programs workshop, meeting one-on-one with a counselor, and the application process. Carolyn says: "These certifications can be challenging and the overall support the CWBC has given me so far has been essential. And, I look forward to attending more events in the future that provide insight on how to effectively use the certifications to my advantage."
  • Apr
    07

    Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series: A Primer on the Allegheny County Health Department: Hot Topics

    09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    Karen Hacker, MD, MPH, will provide an overview of the Allegheny County Health Department, discuss recent policy initiatives in some of the current major areas of focus such as maternal and child health, lead issues, obesity and tobacco cessation. She will also include a brief overview of the community health improvement plan and the priorities identified through a community engagement process, as well as a number of pressing issues with a particular focus on the current opioid overdose epidemic. Lastly, she will talk about some tips for dealing with overdoses and addiction in the workplace
  • Apr
    08

    MyBusiness Startup to Service Bootcamp

    9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    This service-oriented bootcamp is designed for women in the early stages of starting their own businesses, with information on:
    · How to build your value proposition (what will you offer?)
    · Service models (virtual/e-commerce/subscription model/retainer model/B2B/B2C)
    · How to price and package your services
    · How to pitch your business to customers (sales a ... read more
  • Apr
    11

    Export Basics Seminar

    8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    Presented by the CWBC and Duquesne University's SBDC, topics covered at this workshop will include Identifying Export Opportunities, Logistics, Shipping and Methods of Payment and Legal Issues of Exporting, and Lessons learned from a women-owned exporting business. The workshop cost is $49, Partial, need-based scholarships covering up to 50% of the cost are available.

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  • Apr
    12

    The Second Step: Practical Legal Considerations For Your Growing Business

    5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Chatham University Women's Business Center
    You've started your business. What now? Understanding the practical and legal issues that impact your business in its first few years will put you ahead of the game. Join attorneys Beth Slagle, Michael Monyok and Josh Hoffman for a discussion of what to expect and prepare for in your growing venture.

    Topics include:
    - Protecting your personal and business assets
    - Practical business and tax considerations, including partnership, lease and operating agreements
    - Intellectual property issues, including trademark, non-disclosure agreements and patents

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