Make Mine A Million $ Business Kick-Off Party

    Are you a female entrepreneur struggling to find innovative ideas to market your business? Or perhaps you are in search of some extra finances to take your business to the next level. Then look no further than Make Mine A Million $ Business Award! This competition, a program of Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence, is geared towards woman business owners who dream of expanding their revenues to $1 million. Winners of the award will receive specialized business coaching to make their business successful, as well as increases visibility to potential customers. 20 finalists will be selected to present their business model at The Make Mine A Million $ Business San Francisco Event from November 7-9, 2010. The deadline to apply is October 15th, 2010.

    For more information and access to the application, visit http://makemineamillion.org/ Don’t wait, apply today!

    If you are interested and would like to receive more information, please attend the San Francisco Make Mine a Million $ Business Application Kick-Off Party tonight, September 30, 2010 at 6 pm. We will be talking about the competition and answer any logistical questions you may have. Past winners and other local businesswomen will be readily available to help you with your applications! The event is located at 161 Gilbert St., Loft #3 San Francisco, CA. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to rsvp@maderagroup.net with “San Francisco Kick-Off Party” in the subject line, along with your company name and phone number.

    Please visit the facebook event for more information: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=147801645257585&ref=search

    Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence is a non-profit company that strives propel economic growth by giving female entrepreneurs the resources and capital necessary to achieve success. Nell Merlino, the founder and CEO of Count Me In, seeks to empower women so they “realize that there is a path for business growth.” She points out in an article in Icosa Magazine, “that women tend to be less aggressive than their male counterparts when it comes to networking, and sometimes they don’t believe in their power as the majority in the business world.” By giving women the tools and knowledge that they can, in fact, succeed, Merlino hopes to increase the percentage of female entrepreneurs who earn over $1 million in revenue, thus increasing the number of jobs in the economy and boosting the overall community development.

    To read the full article, visit http://icosamag.com/_webapp_1151373/Nell_Merlino