By Nikki Baker
DAVIE, FL – Priscilla Dames, owner of Wingspan Seminars, a training and conflict resolution company and author of How to Survive When Your Ship is Sinking will be keynote speaker at the upcoming L.E.T.S Do Biz Showcase. The Showcase is the result of a partnership between four South Florida business women’s organizations who serve communities in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Northwest Miami and South Miami. The partnership consists of the Broward County Business and Professional Women’s Network, Business and Professional Women’s South Florida Club, Miami Dade Club of Business and Professional Women and the Greater Palm Beaches Business and Professional Women’s Club. Dames will address this year’s theme “Moving Forward with a Purpose,” addressing the necessity for conflict resolution during challenges and transitions of business and professional development.
The Showcase will present speakers and companies dedicated to furthering the efforts of small businesses and professionals, including Shakira Taylor, MBA, DTM of Toastmasters and hipcoaches.com, Henry Petithomme, financial consultant for Mass Mutual Financial Group, Allaire Williams of The Mixx, a professional writing company, Martin Clark director of Advertising for Urban Pulse Magazine. Beachfront Realty of Aventura, Inc. SBA, NANA, SCORE, Bank America, PVAF and four local clubs of the NANBPWC, among others. The speakers and organization invited to attend will share their experience and expertise and offer resource on a range of topics including personal growth, career advancement, money management, community service, small business and entrepreneurship, social media branding and more.
Registration is now open for the Showcase, which will be hosted at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Dania Beach on Saturday, May 10. Tickets to the public are $25 per person. Vendor and sponsor tables are available. Vendor tables $50 and Sponsors $300. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org, Coordinator Nikki Baker (786) 541-4808.
The Broward County Business and Professional Women’s Network is a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization whose mission is help to promote the interests of business and professional women and invest in the willing service of others.
The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club’s, Inc. is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and consists of 375 clubs in the United States, the Caribbean, Ghana and Nigeria. The National organization was founded in 1935 and this year celebrates 76 years of service to our communities, the nation and the world. For more information about the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. go to www.nanbpwc.org.