Women Mean Business Conference) gives women an opportunity
to meet and talk with other women about common business
issues, problems and solutions,"
Cynthia Beasley, owner of Change Masters Inc. in Lexington
15, 2002 (Lexington, Ky.) -- The
University of Kentucky will hold its 10th annual "Women
Mean Business" Conference on Wednesday, Aug.
28, at Lexington's Holiday Inn North. Among the presenters
will be a woman who launched successful businesses
after attending an earlier conference. UK employees
can attend the conference at a reduced registration
was a wonderful group of women who were forward-thinking
and very encouraging," said Cynthia Beasley,
owner of Change Masters Inc. in Lexington. She will
present a session on "Growing Your Business Through
Beasley attended a luncheon at the 2000 conference,
and later launched her diversity-training business.
sings the conference's praises.
gives women an opportunity to meet and talk with other
women about common business issues, problems and solutions,"
will feature keynote speeches by Elaine Berkowitz,
Ruth Robles and Kelley Warner, founders of Go Goddess!
Inc., and Debbie Allen, author of "Confessions
of Shameless Self-Promoters."
will be conducted on obtaining business certifications,
promoting workplace diversity, using emotional intelligence
to make wise business decisions, organizing your life
and business, designing displays that sell, negotiating
skillfully and creating unique businesses.
is organized by UK's Small Business Development Center.
Registration is $99. UK employees receive a discounted
registration fee of $69. To register or obtain more
information, call (859) 257-7668 or toll-free 1-888-475-7232,
or log on to the Web site at www.ksbdc.org.