Beverly Stewart, founder of Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc. was recently asked to speak at the 2010 Women Mean Business Summit on January 30. The event, which will be held at the Hilton Wilmington/Christiana in Newark, Delaware, is an annual women-owned business forum sponsored by National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Delaware chapter.
“I was incredibly honored to be asked to speak at the annual event,” says Beverly Stewart. “This is a tremendous opportunity for women business owners to put themselves and their companies on a positive track for 2010 and learn to dream big.”
Stewart will be a part of an exclusive panel discussion group for the “Conversations with Women Extraordinaire: Learn the Secrets of Women Who Have Built Million Dollar Businesses” session. In this session, attendees will meet some of the state’s most successful women business owners and learn their secrets of success. In addition to Beverly Stewart, the session will also feature Ellen Barrosse of Synchrogenix Information Strategies and Patricia Troy-Brooks of Advanced Staffing.
The Women Mean Business Summit provides access to inspiring information, motivation, and small business resources that today’s women business owners need. The 2010 Summit will include a host of workshops, keynote and business resources with national entrepreneurial expert, author and consultant, Mary Cantando, networking and relationship-building opportunities and resource information and helpful seminars from small business entities and their experts.
Registration includes: continental breakfast, panel discussion, workshop, pre-lunch networking and exhibits, luncheon, keynote and choice of one sponsor seminar. For more information or to register for the event, please contact:
Event Chair: NAWBO-DE Administrator:
Caren McCabe Maureen Curry
(302) 750-8363 (302) 559-9080
For 25 years, Back to Basics has been recognized as the area’s undisputed leader in one-on-one tutoring. In addition, the firm offers a unique Delaware private school for grades K-12 and a Private Business and Trade School for adults. Back to Basics is the 2010 Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.