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What Is The Most Important Public Relations Initiative to Embark On? By Shonali Burke
Business, Shonali Burke, Women In Business
What Is The Most Important Public Relations Initiative to Embark On? By Shonali Burke
17 May 2013

The following is a guest post by the previous Editor of Women Grow Business, Shonali Burke. What’s the most important public relations initiative to embark on? Your relationship with YOU. Why do business owners especially need to be concerned with this relationship? We’ll come back to that in a moment. Read more…

    Highlights from TEDxWomen Adams Morgan #TEDxAdMo #TEDxWomen [pics &video]
    Business, Nicolette Pizzitola, Shonali Burke
    Highlights from TEDxWomen Adams Morgan #TEDxAdMo #TEDxWomen [pics &video]
    11 December 2012

    TEDxWomen in Adams Morgan was a wonderful experience. Of course I have to admit a bias. We had  not one but two Women Grow Business community members represented. Read more…

      Win a FreeTicket to TEDxWomen Adams Morgan VIP Reception This Friday #tedxadmo #admo
      Business, Events, Shonali Burke
      Win a FreeTicket to TEDxWomen Adams Morgan VIP Reception This Friday #tedxadmo #admo
      28 November 2012

      On Saturday, December 1st, 2012, two Women Grow Business community members will be speaking at our local TEDxWomen event.  Already the buzz around the speakers and attendance online comes across like a who’s who of Washington area brilliance.  We’ll be live-tweeting the event on Saturday, but there’s nothing like being there. Read more…

        September #wgbiz Outgoing Editor Twitterchat with Shonali Burke
        Business, Community Building, Shonali Burke
        September #wgbiz Outgoing Editor Twitterchat with Shonali Burke
        24 October 2011

        It was the end of August. It had been announced that Shonali’s schedule was becoming too demanding to continue on as our Editor here at Women Grow Business, and no one knew who was taking over. She was a bit under the weather, so I volunteered to help with the chat at the last minute, petrifying as the thought was. Read more…

          Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Ms. Tinu Takes Over as WGB Editor
          Events, Shonali Burke, Tinu Abayomi-Paul
          Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Ms. Tinu Takes Over as WGB Editor
          3 October 2011

          We didn’t fall into a black hole, exactly, but as we were undergoing the editorial transition, we… ok, we fell into a black hole. But we’re back now and I’m absolutely thrilled to be able to tell you that effective immediately, Tinu Abayomi-Paul is the new editor of Women Grow Business. Read more…

            Sis U Bootcamp Aims to Turn Shoulds Into Coulds
            Entrepreneurship, Events, Shonali Burke
            Sis U Bootcamp Aims to Turn Shoulds Into Coulds
            6 September 2011

            Symptoms include: Habitual doing of what you think you SHOULD do versus what you WANT to do, feeling detached from your job, wondering what happened to that life or career dream, a general angst for doing the dishes… Several, major bodies of research actually focus on the cause and impact of that nasty case of “the shoulds”: Confidence. The Hot Mommas Project has cracked the code on women’s confidence, and has packaged it up in a half-day seminar. Read more…

              Could the Next WGB Editor Be… You?
              Events, Shonali Burke, Women In Business
              Could the Next WGB Editor Be... You?
              29 August 2011

              Things change. People move on. That’s the cycle of life. Read more…

                Event Alert: Free Webinar Tomorrow on Winning Government Contracts
                Entrepreneurship, Events, Shonali Burke
                forum.web.com
                16 August 2011

                Small businesses received $98 billion in government contracting opportunities in 2010. Despite this enticing number, many small businesses are staying on the sidelines and missing their fair share. The federal government has a benchmark goal of awarding 23 percent of spending to small businesses and an additional 5 percent to women-owned small businesses. Read more…

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