San Francisco, California
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Join us for Networking, Lunch, and an Exciting Program by
"Brand Building: Instilling Trust & Creating Loyalty"!
Are you looking for a way to expand your professional network, while continuing your education, and making new friends?
Join us for our monthly networking luncheon and program. This month, our speaker is Christine Briede, the founder and Chief Marketing Officer of BBDM Marketing. Christine is active in the New Orleans community, having served on the boards of numerous civic and philanthropic organizations. Before launching her current endeavor, she oversaw the marketing efforts that brought a local business to the forefront of its industry while doubling profits many times over. Join us on Setpember 11 to learn some of Christine's tricks of the trade!
Your program admission price also includes a two-course luncheon (see options below), beverages, an entry for our door prize, and the chance to meet some of our city's most exciting businesswomen.
Remember to bring plenty of business cards!
11:00 - 11:30 Check in & Networking
11:30 - 1:00 Lunch & Program
Stay after lunch for more networking!
MENU: choice of 3 Entrees, and includes dessert & beverage
1. Heritage Grill Prime sirloin burger with crisp frites (sharp cheddar, house-made ketchup, local tomatoes, lettuce, grilled red onions on a homemade pain mie roll)
2. Crispy fried catfish
3. Vegetarian option - TBA
Dessert: Family-style Cookies
Beverage: Water and Tea
Registration deadline is Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 5:00PM.
Thereafter, the walk-in price is $35 / person (members and non-members).
For additional information about ABWA, visit www.abwa.org or email us at ABWAneworleans@gmail.com
When & Where
ABWA Crescent City Connections Express Network
ABWA was founded in 1949, in the aftermath of World War II. During the war, many
women entered the workforce for the first time in an effort to fill the gaps left by the
soldiers fighting overseas. The organization was established to provide support and
training to those women “seeking and deserving of equal business opportunities.”
Since its inception, ABWA has continually served working women and women business
owners on a national and local level. Their mission is to bring together businesswomen
of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and
others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking
support, and national recognition. ABWA provides formal continuing education
opportunities and credits in business management, public speaking, and marketing to