With the first-ever Women Grow Business Boot Camp successfully behind us, I wanted to make sure you were able to access the resources even if you weren’t able to make it to the boot camp (there’s always the next time, right?).
So, here goes.
You can download several of the presentations from Network Solutions’ Slideshare account, and you’ll also find a complete contact list for speakers, sponsors and supporters (look under the “Documents” section).
Melanie Spring and Patricia Frame’s “Building Blocks” presentation is available here.
Kathy Korman Frey’s keynote presentation is available here. Kathy tells me it might look a little funky if you’re not viewing it in Internet Explorer because of a bug in Slideshare, so just a heads up on that.
Stacy Yamaoka of Yayastream did a great job with the live-stream; you can view her blog post and some of the archived recordings here.
And if you’re looking for a photographer, don’t forget to check out Aaron Thompson, who took terrific photos of the boot camp, including the one pictured above.
Here are some interesting posts we’ve seen following the event that opine on it, or reference it:
- Liz Scherer asks “Where’s your focus?“
- Mayra Ruiz shares what she learned at #wgbiz
- Marissa Levin discusses how to select the networking events that will meet your business objectives
We’d never have been able to pull this off had it not been for the sponsors – thank you, Network Solutions and Steptoe & Johnson – the speakers, contributors, volunteers… and everyone who supported the event, from tweeting about it, to showing up, to following the live-tweets (here’s the boot camp Twitter transcript).
You all rock.
Image: Aaron Thompson, used with permission
Shonali Burke is editor of Women Grow Business and one of the country’s leading business communicators, who was named to PRWeek’s inaugural top “40 Under 40″ list of US-based PR professionals. She specializes in creating and implementing integrated (online and off), results-based, measurable communication programs for clients both large and small at Shonali Burke Consulting. An accredited business communicator, she is also Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University’s M.A. in Communications program and active in the local communications community as President of IABC/DC Metro. Talk to her via her blog, Waxing UnLyrical or Twitter.Google+