New Orleans’ NPR station, WWNO, covered the ABWA Crescent City Connections Network Charter. Read the excerpt below, or click here for the full story.
New Orleans is growing its reputation as a business and technology hub, and as of last week, there are new resources for women entrepreneurs in the city.
Wendy Dolan is a website programmer and the founder of Get Online NOLA, an organization that helps businesses utilize online resources to gain visibility. Dolan was active in opening the Crescent City Connections ABWA chapter.
“New Orleans is a really great place to be an entrepreneur and its becoming more and more of a great place for female entrepreneurs or female businesswomen,” Dolan says. “But, the wage gap in Louisiana is so troubling, and we can do more to encourage young women to understand that they do have the potential to earn as much as men, and to really fight for themselves.”
ABWA Crescent City Express Network was featured in Silicon Bayou News. Read an excerpt of the article below, and click here for the whole story.
Back in July, the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) hosted a kickoff meeting to celebrate the chartering of a New Orleans Chapter, which had previously had a nine year absence following Hurricane Katrina. The new group is called the ABWA Crescent City Connections Express Network.
The official charter ceremony and monthly luncheon will be held on October 9th, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM Ralph Brennan’s Heritage Grill. The event will include the installation of the league’s board members, charter member inductions, and recognition of those people who have been integral in the group’s formation over the last few months.
Members of the ABWA Crescent City Connections Network were honored to appear on the Angela Hill show on WWL Radio. The board members spoke about their various professions, their experiences as business women and the upcoming charter of the New Orleans league of the American Business Women’s Association. You can listed to the podcast here.
The program for our September luncheon is getting some great attention around the city. Read an excerpt of the Advocate article below or click here to read the whole story.
The American Business Women’s Association Crescent City Connections Express Network will hold its monthly networking luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, at Ralph Brennan’s Heritage Grill, 111 Veterans Blvd., Metairie.
Christine Briede, founder and chief marketing officer of BBDM Marketing, will present a program titled “Brand Building: Instilling Trust & Creating Loyalty.” Briede is a branding expert who works with local restaurants, nonprofits and small businesses. She will discuss using emerging technologies and traditional marketing avenues
Formation Committee members Wendy Dolan & Lyndsey Graham, gave an informative program about how to use social media to its best advantage at our August Luncheon. A full room of attendees learned how to best utilize Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn for business and personal purposes. You can view the slides from their presentation here.