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Thank you to Littie Brown, interim president, NAWBO Atlanta, and co-owner of SpeedPro Marietta, for facilitating a terrific virtual Friday Forum last week.

We discussed how to find opportunities inside of the difficulties we face today and investigated business opportunities, including funds available for businesses now via various government assistance programs. Stay tuned for additional NAWBO Atlanta specific virtual events going forward!

Scroll down to learn about three virtual opportunities from NAWBO National this week and read about membership incentives. If you are not a NAWBO member, this is a great time to join or to refer someone.

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Membership Incentives --
Join or Recruit Others to Join NAWBO
Membership Specials:
Extended Through May 31

New members who join NAWBO before 5/31 receive $45 off the one-time new member initiation fee (normally $100). The first 100 new members who join nationwide will receive $25 off the registration for NAWBO Advocacy Day in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. ( Learn more about Advocacy Day by clicking here !)

Members : Take advantage of the Member Referral Program. Any member who refers five or more members in your chapter or across the country who pay annually for all membership categories (Premier, Introductory, Supporting) will receive a complimentary two-day registration to the 2021 National Women’s Business Conference! Log in first and then click here for info .
Members can access national &
local programming!

Timely topics of interest to many of
our members. Don't miss these online programs!

V irtual Lunch and Learn 

How to Pivot Your Company Fast During a Crisis
Megan Patton, Strategy Consultant/
Licensed One-Page Business Plan Consultant
TODAY : Tuesday, April 7th   at 12 pm ET 

Company survival through the coronavirus crisis requires an ultra-fast planning cycle with coordinated execution and frequent oversight.

You will learn:
  • The importance of crisis-based succinct vision, mission and strategies to guide you through a crisis.
  • How to create super-simple lists of what to watch and track, along with what projects must get executed and by whom.
  • The role of a facilitator in this process to allow you and your team to devote more time to planning, executing and re-charging.
  • How using the One Page Business Plan's Pivot system on a weekly and monthly basis will allow for tracking and record-keeping.
  • Specific coping and adjustment strategies you might apply in your firm immediately.
All-New Community Connects!

Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm ET
April 8th

Grab your favorite beverage and join us by video (so we can see each other just like we would in an in-person meeting)! We’ll connect, share best practices and support one another in an interactive chat format.

This is a safe space to share since the calls are not being recorded.

Each week we will spend the first 20 minutes of the Zoom call checking-in to see how we are doing. Think about sharing stories of inspiration and innovation of how you are managing during this challenging time. The call will transition to a “think-tank” for us to help brainstorm and support you with business challenges resulting from the current business crisis/environment we are experiencing. We will spend the final 40 minutes of our Community Connects call supporting up to four people each week.  A person will present their business challenge and everyone else will then have the opportunity to share ideas in “popcorn style.”

No need to register!
Meeting ID: 975 991 937

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+16699006833 / 975991937# US (San Jose)
+16465588656 / 975991937# US (New York)
Virtual Connect & Learn

What Will Be Your New Norm?
Laura Neubauer, CEO of KMS/Serial Entrepreneur
& Theresa Ashby, COO of KMS/Stratologist
Friday, April 10, 2020 - 10:30 am EDT

Learn how to take steps to create a lasting digital product or e-learning course.

  • Recognize the new norm for your business model—now and for the future. 
  • Contemplate the differences between temporary and permanent changes. 
  • Create meaningful deliverables anytime-anywhere for your clients and employees.
  • Produce a product that will scale your business and optimize systems and processes.

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