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SBDC 2021 Virtual Women's Conference- "Rewiring The Connection: Redefine, Rebuild, Regenerate"
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
10:00 a.m.
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SBDC 2021 Virtual Women's Conference- "Rewiring The Connection: Redefine, Rebuild, Regenerate"

 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
 6/21/21 4:00 PM (EDT)
 No Fee

 Jennifer Funn-Smith; Diane McFarland

 Online Meeting (Live)
 Woman-owned Businesses

The COVID-19 outbreak has presented many challenges that have affected different and numerous aspects of women's lives. It has caused many women-owned, small businesses to struggle. Many women have taken the opportunity to pivot and emerge, while heightening their business venture. The 2021 Maryland SBDC Women's Conference will address how to rewire the connections. Our expert panel will provide resources to assist you to “Redefine, Rebuild, and Regenerate" yourself and your business venture! Topics include: • Access to Capital • Marketing • Self-Care • Productivity
 A log-on link will be sent to registrants the day/evening prior to the event.

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Registration and Fees: Payment of seminar fees may be made by check, money order or credit card. Payment must be received to guarantee your space in an event. You may receive special payment instructions by email once you register to the event

Refund Policy: If you wish to request a refund, please contact the conference organizer listed above to discuss. You may also elect to send a substitute in your place. If the event is cancelled, all fees will be returned.

Special Accommodations: In accordance with the American Disabilities Act and state law, you may request accommodations due to a disability by contacting the event organizer listed above. Advance notice may be necessary for some accommodations. Registration must be paid prior to accommodation requests.


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