Mercy Connections' Women's Small Business Program

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Mercy Connections is an educational values-driven non-profit organization living the legacy of the Sisters of Mercy with an enduring concern for women. By compassionately nurturing self sufficiency through education, mentoring and community, people are empowered to make significant life changes. More information at: www.mercyconnections.org

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-19
Format: 2019-08-19
"Building an Effective Entrepreneurial Support Community" with Davis & Hodgdon a Signature partner - 07/01/2015
Gwen Pokalo, Director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Guests Kathryn Baccaglini, from Davis & Hodgdon Associates, strategic partners of Mercy and WSBP, who discuss how to build an Effective Entrepreneurial...
Start Your Business - WSBP Alum Interview - 05/27/2015
Gwen Pokalo, Director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Emily Anderson, Bluebird Fairies and a WSBP Alumnus, speaking to her experiences in starting up a business.  More informatoin on Bluebird Fairies : www.emilyanderson...
Start Your Business - WSBP Alum Interview - 04/22/2015
Gwen Pokalo, Director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Caroll Spelke, My Daddy’s Caddy and a WSBP Alumnus, speaking to her experiences in starting up a business.  More informatoin on My Daddy's Caddy: www....
Start Your Business - 04/01/2015
Gwen Pokalo, director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Laura Richards, Bunjamin's Hopcorn on starting up a business.  More information on Bunjamin's at: www.bunjaminsvt.com   more information on Women's...
Getting Serious: Deciding if Business is Right for You - 02/25/2015
Gwen Pokalo, Director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Mary Johnson, WSBP Getting Serios Instructor.  more information: http://wsbp.org
Financial Empowerment for Women - 01/27/2015
Gwen Pokalo, director of Women's Small Business Program is joined by Carmen Tall, Financial Empowerment and Start Up Instructor.  more information: http://wsbp.org

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