As small business owners and entrepreneurs, being bold, taking charge, and finding creative solutions to impossible tasks is what you do.
While the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging for everyone, we’re taking this time to focus on what matters most: you and your business. We’re here to help you navigate this space together.
For the 3rd Annual EnrichHER Spark Conference, we’re doing something different: a package full of digital content and perks to help you sustain the business for only $99. And we’re offering time every Thursday to help You.
The format will include:
For $99 you receive:
Benefits of EnrichHER Network
Kate Brodock, Women 2.0
Elizabeth Gore, Hello Alice
Arian Simone, Fearless Fund
Kim Seals, Jump Fund & Golden Seeds
Tapping into your personal power, Tiara Zolnierz, Co-Founder, EnrichHER
12:00 - 1:00 pm EST
Carving Your Own Path as an Entrepreneur, Monica Hooks, Director, Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative
1:00 - 1:30 pm EST
Meditation, Mindfulness & Goal Setting - Dr. Roshawnna Novellus, CEO EnrichHER
1:30 - 2:00 pm EST
AMA - Hands-On Help with Your Growth and Financial Strategies - Sid Tanu, CRO, EnrichHER
2:00 - 3:00 pm EST
How to Maximize Financial Opportunities in Times of COVID-19, Founders, EnrichHER
3:00 - 4:00 pm EST
Attracting Customers During Volatility, Uliana Dino, Marketing Director, EnrichHER
4:00 - 5:00 pm EST
EnrichHER is a deeply engaged network of women-led business owners. Our rapidly growing community provides tactical support and guidance, while we provide unique access to business financing.
Our network has engaged with over 23,000 people through our online community and in-person activations. Through this ecosystem, EnrichHER provides a variety of financial resources that can help women-led businesses grow including small business loans, training, debit & credit cards, and affiliates & partnerships.
In just over six months since the launch of our SEC/FINRA approved lending platform, EnrichHER received 3,000 applications from women-led businesses across 47 states. We’ve helped women-led businesses access over $3m in business financing and will grow that figure to $57m in 2020.