ITP’s Third Annual Women Entrepreneurs Festival: Getting Down To Business
This year, the theme for WE3 is “Getting Down To Business”.
By Joanne Wilson (Blogger & Angel Investor, Gotham Gal)
In the last two years, many businesses have started after this festival because people have found their business partners, mentors at all stages and the support system to just do it.
We are happy to announce ITP’s third annual Women Entrepreneurs Festival.
WE3: Getting Down To Business
Tuesday, January 22 and Wednesday, January 23, 2013!
Hosted by ITP, NYU.
No matter what stage your business is in – just starting, recently launched, ready to scale – this year’s festival is designed for you. There is nothing more important to an entrepreneur than good information, sound advice, a supportive and generous community of peers, and great conversation.
This year, we focus on the nuts and bolts: what you need to know to make your business a success from people who have been where you are now.
The goal of the WE Festival remains the same. We hope to sow the seeds for a community of women entrepreneurs; to expose women who have not yet taken the entrepreneurial leap, the pre-entrepreneurs, to women who have.
Come ready to work! Attendance is limited to 300 participants.
Photo credit: Joanne Lang at AboutOne.
Women 2.0 readers: Who is going to WEF? Let us know in the comments.
About the guest blogger: Joanne Wilson is an advisor and investor in startups, including Curbed (Eater/Racked), Food52, Red Stamp, Catchafire, DailyWorth, Editd, Ricks Picks, Cacao Pietro, Editions 01, Hot Bread Kitchen, Nest.io, Gotham Gym, The Moon Group and MOUSE. Her most successful venture is being married to her best friend Fred and raising her three kids, Jessica, Emily and Josh. Joanne blogs under the name Gotham Gal. Follow her on Twitter at @thegothamgal.