✅ YOU'RE INVITED
Our #ATL Founding Member Launch Event features a keynote presentation by Melissa Barker, Founder of Women Entrepreneurs Inc. and The Show and Tell Co. on "The New Call to Action for Women."
✅ WHAT TO EXPECT
- Chance to share about your business, latest project, or passion
- Opportunity to ask for help and help other women through our signature breakout discussion
- Keynote presentation by Melissa Barker, Founder of Women Entrepreneurs Inc on, “The New Call to Action for Women.”
- Check-out the stunning space that is Eleanor’s Place, a members-only work and social space for busy Atlanta women, founded by former CNN journalist and NBC national news correspondent, Jennifer Morgan
- Wine and lite bites
Interested in being an Atlanta Founding Member of this group? Join here > womenentrepreneursinc.com/join
Not joining the group but still want to come to the event? Head here to get your ticket to this event & use Eleanor's Place Member exclusive code"COMMUNITYVIP" to get in for free!
✅ ABOUT US
Women Entrepreneurs Inc is a membership organization that meaningfully connects women entrepreneurs through an online forum, Member Directory, Member Marketplace, and expert-led events — starting at $11/month.
Learn more about becoming a member, speaker, community partner, or sponsor at womenentrepreneursinc.com.
📢 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION SUMMARY
"The New Call to Action for Women" by Melissa Barker, Founder of Women Entrepreneurs Inc. and The Show and Tell Co.
Women are drawn to entrepreneurship because it can give us personal fulfillment, time freedom, and financial stability that we often can’t find when working for someone else.
Yet, while starting a business is as easy as it’s ever been, running a successful one that fits your lifestyle isn’t always as easy.
There are more business books, networking groups, and podcasts than ever before — but is that enough?
What if the answer to helping women build better businesses comes from within?
In this authentic and honest keynote, Melissa shares a new call to action for women that challenges conventional thinking and urges women to be more meaningfully connected as pioneers in the "era of women."