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A Sexy Way To Date and Collaborate

October 15, 2010

A New Way to Date

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and Collaborate.

You want to know what else is sexy? Being generous, creative and intuitive. My friend, Stephanie Wood Miller, a 20 year marketing expert for many Fortune 500 companies, decided that the competitive nature of women in business is not sexy. She created an amazing company called Wisdom Of The Kitchen, a place where collaboration and generosity rule! Please join her for an exciting event in Los Angeles on November 13.

I think this is going to be a really unique experience. 300 women will be getting together to discover our collective power as women. A portion of your registration will be used as a microgrant for you to spend on a few businesses that will present their plans to the group. You can then determine how you would like to contribute to help the selected businesses to grow. There will also be a panel of speakers and a group activity to generate a new revenue stream for participants. The idea behind the day is to see what’s really possible for us, women.