The group will meet at Carlucci’s Waterfront Restaurant on the topic of ‘What changes should you be considering in 2017?’
The South Jersey Region of the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) is hosting its monthly 2017 Networking Luncheon on Feb. 23 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Carlucci’s Waterfront Restaurant, 876 Centerton Road.
The topic for this event is “What changes should you be considering in 2017?”
Setting goals, making small adjustments, delegating more, and streamlining operations are a few options a business owner can implement to make a difference in their annual bottom line.
At this event, attendees will explore some simple steps that might prove to be effective for a business.
There will also be plenty of time for 30-second intros, exchange of business cards, and networking over lunch. Attendees will enjoy a three-course lunch, including choice of salad, choice of entree, and choice of dessert. Space is limited. Advance registration is recommended. The cost for this event is $30 for NJAWBO members and $40 for nonmembers. To register, go to www.njawbo.org/event/SouthJerseyRegion2017-2-23.
The South Jersey Region is generally comprised of business owners from Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. The region’s events are open to women business owners and those who would like to do business with them. For more information about this event, contact Jamie Cohen, NJAWBO South Jersey Region Event Coordinator, at (856) 985–4507 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NJAWBO provides women business owners the opportunity to develop as leaders while serving on committees and boards, interacting with business owners at local, regional, and state levels, and ultimately putting their well-honed leadership skills to use in their businesses as well as in the leadership positions within the organization.
The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) is the longest-standing, statewide organization of women business owners in New Jersey. Its primary objective is to encourage and support business ownership by women, provide a legislative voice for the interests of women-owned businesses, and offer leadership, professional development, and networking opportunities for business owners. Since 1978, NJAWBO has helped women achieve their business visions by providing them with the tools to develop and grow their enterprises. NJAWBO members are a diverse, dynamic, and powerful group of women business owners. For further information about NJAWBO, visit www.njawbo.org or email email@example.com. Not a member yet? Click on the join or renew tab in the teal bar on the home page, to join online.