#WIBChat | A Summary – The Importance of Networking for Women Entrepreneurs

#WIBChat | A Summary – The Importance of Networking for Women Entrepreneurs

On February 26, 2013, BiD Network hosted our second #WIBChat as part of the Women in Business Challenge 2013.

The #WIBChat invited industry specialists YenteWEConnect International and BiD Network entrepreneur Sharon Againe of AgaSha Business Network to discuss networking. How “getting yourself out there” is key to improving your business practices, and promoting yourself and your business.

Missed the #WIBChat? Look over the briefing here and the overview of the discussion in the Storify below. If it fails to load, the full overview can be found on our Storify page.

Stay tuned, we will be announcing details of the next #WIBChat to be held on March 19 and focus on Access to Finance.

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