February 25, 2016
The University of Hartford’s Women’s Business Center will sponsor The Successful Creative Entrepreneur with Beate Chelette on Wednesday, March 23, 9:30 am – 12 pm at the University of Hartford’s Wilde Auditorium, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT. The fee for this event is $25.
While serving clients is invigorating, certain business challenges can quickly turn into obstacles if not addressed. Beate Chelette will share 5 Steps to Finding More Clients so that any entrepreneur can pinpoint their perfect client with great accuracy, resulting in more opportunities, referrals, and income. While most business owners struggle and strain to sell themselves to the world, Beate has uncovered German-engineered efficiency systems that make clients hungry for everything they have to offer.
Passionate about Creative Entrepreneurship and Women Leadership, Chelette is a nationally known "gender decoder," respected speaker, career coach, and consummate entrepreneur. At her lowest point, Beate Chelette was a single mom with $135,000 in debt. Just 18 months later, she sold her image licensing business to Bill Gates in a multimillion dollar deal. Beate is the author of Happy Woman Happy World and the founder of The Women’s Code, a unique guide to women leadership and personal and career success that offers a new code of conduct for today’s business, private, and digital worlds.
To learn more and register for this event, go to www.hartford.edu/beate or call 860.768.5681.
Co-sponsors for this event include Heather Conley Photography,, Edge Career Solutions, MLKB&R Attorneys at Law, and the City of Hartford’s MECA Office.
The Women’s Business Center (WBC) is an initiative of the University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center (EC), which provides hands-on coaching and business training for new and expanding small businesses, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs, throughout Connecticut. Part of the nationally-renowned Barney School of Business, the EC helps small business owners and employees to gain the business skills needed to succeed in the marketplace through business advising, technical assistance, educational programs, and networking events. The WBC specializes in serving women in business. For more information, visit www.hartford.edu/wbc.