“Westchester’s Greatest Leaders and Bosses….”
Published July 26, 2012
“Unlike members of other business groups in Westchester, the 400 women who make up Professional Women of Westchester, Putnam, and Connecticut, res- pectively, are not out lobbying government or looking to solve Westchester’s convoluted tax structure.
The group instead comes together to learn from one another and to network. It’s the brainchild of 35-year-old founder Jamie Imperati, a former marketing professional and current owner of whatandwhen4kids.com, an online event calendar that caters to local moms ” …… [read more ]
PWC Launch a Huge Success!
More than 50 enterprising women gathered at Butterfield 8 in Stamford to kickoff the launch of Professional Women of Connecticut on October 20th. Business strategy expert and guest speaker, Andi Gray of Strategy Leaders, Inc., shared tips and advice to help entrepreneurs get to the next level of success.
The next PWC event will be December 2nd with guest speaker Karen Graves, President of Your Vision Launch and the topic will be “The Art of Closing the Sale”. For more information visit www.professionalwomenofconnecticut.com
Professional Women of Connecticut Agree: Tweeting isn’t Just for the Birds
Insurance Pro Turned Twitter Guru, Linda Rey, Shares Tips and Tricks with Fledgling Tweeters
NORWALK, CT (January 6, 2011) — Professional Women of Connecticut, a networking group for business women and entrepreneurs, gathered at the Norwalk Inn in Norwalk, CT for their first meeting of the new year. About twenty-five eager women listened intently to guest speaker, Linda Rey, co-owner of Rey Insurance and author of the weekly Equifax Personal Finance Blog.
According to Rey, the best way to learn about Twitter is to just dive in and do it. “Once you start getting the hang of it and people start to follow you, it really becomes addictive. More importantly, it exposes you to business opportunities and relationships that would never have manifested otherwise. I’m a believer because it works,” adds Rey. For more advice, catch up with Linda on Twitter. Her handle is @ReyInsurance.
About Professional Women of…
The “Professional Women of…” brand represents an organization, which is comprised of three chapters: Professional Women of Putnam, Professional Women of Connecticut and Professional Women of Westchester. Our programs and initiatives are led by our members’ needs – professional, emotional and educational.
al Women of CT – For Immediate Release
The Professional Women of Connecticut President Jamie Imperati and guest speaker ActionCoach Ellie Marshall at the July 7th “5 Ways to Massive Profits” Networking event. To learn more about the PWC visit www.
On January 23, 2012 at Morton’s in Stamford the PWC collected more than 40 books and pajamas for the Pajama Program.
The Pajama Program, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, provides new pajamas and new books to children in need, many who are waiting and hoping to be adopted.
Professional Women of Connecticut hosts “Public Relations Meets Social Media” Workshop lead by Kris Ruby of Ruby Media Group
On February 27th Kris Ruby of Ruby Media Group lead an interactive workshop for The Professional Women of Connecticut titled “Public Relations Meets Social Media.” Over 40 business owners from Westchester and Fairfield County attended the 3-hour interactive workshop.
Ruby spoke on the integration of Public Relations in existing media plans. Guests fired off questions in an interactive Q & A session with Kris Ruby. Many questions centered around Facebook advertising for business, conversion rates of social media in marketing plans, and even Pinterest. The workshop also covered the direct benefits of integrating social media into PR campaigns, common mistakes that businesses make when entering into social media, and how small businesses can start out using social media to build awareness.
“Social Media and PR must work hand in hand to gain maximize results. PR feeds content into the social media channels, and social media provides a vehicle in which to share content,” said Kris Ruby, Owner of Ruby Media Group.
Representatives from David’s Soundview Catering and eRichards Consulting shared their experience with their businesses social media campaigns to date.
“In order for social media to work, you need to have a direct line with the consultant. It is a team approach,” said Melissa DeSousa of David’s Soundview Catering.
Guests enjoyed hors d oeuvres and cocktails at The Norwalk Inn, and Rye Brook Fashion Fitness Store, LV2BFIT, donated a gift basket valued at over $1,500.
Professional Women of Connecticut will host their next event on March 26th at the Norwalk Inn,the evenings guest speaker will be Scarlett De Bease and the topic is “Do You Keep Buying Clothes and Still Have Nothing to Wear?”
About Professional Women of Connecticut- The Professional Women of Connecticut is a networking group for the women of Connecticut and provides its membership with a broad array of opportunities for networking, information sharing, and professional development. The organization was created out of the need for local businesswomen to have a place where they could focus on their business, networking, issues and challenges they face. For more information, please visit www.
About Ruby Media Group- Ruby Media Group is a premier Public Relations and Social Media Agency in Fairfield and Westchester County.