Been There, Run That?
Make an impact in the lives of 100+ women entrepreneurs when you speak at a Women Entrepreneurs of Charleston event.
Unlike a networking group or happy hour, we host monthly, live and virtual, expert-led events on topics directly related to running a company. Attendees learn next-level strategic business concepts along with practical learnings they can apply to their business the very next day.
No pep rallies. No fluff. Just real learnings for real business.
You've made it. Now, you're ready to give back. Here's how:
Download and watch our Speaker Info Video:
2. Send us a little information about who you are and what you plan to speak about. If your topic is a good fit, we’ll reach out about scheduling your talk in our 2019 Speaker Series.
The following list of topics has been created in order to help with brainstorming your potential presentation topic. Visit our Events page to browse past successful events that will help guide you when putting together your presentation.
Business Strategy + Planning
Finance + Fund Raising
Understanding your numbers
Marketing + Sales
Branding, tone of voice
Building a pipeline
Tools + Operations
Managment + HR
Building a team
Inspiration + Motivation
When to persevere vs pivot
Establishing intellectual property
Certifications for women owned business
Speakers should balance strategic next-level concepts with tangible take-aways (think business 201, not 101).
To gain a better understanding of the women who will be in attendance and the types of businesses and backgrounds they represent, please visit our View Members page.
You are welcome to end your presentation with a call to action to contact you for paid services.
An email list of attendees is available upon request (we ask that you send a 1x/email vs adding to your newsletter).
3 complimentary tickets are provided for you to invite guests.
Worksheets are recommended but not required.
We will conduct all promotional activities on your behalf, but we highly encourage that you promote our event with your network.
You will need to provide a recent, high-resolution headshot, brief bio, and 2-3 sentence description that tells attendees why your topic is important, why you’re an expert and what 2-3 take-aways they can expect to learn.
Questions? Need help brainstorming a topic? Send us a note and we'll help guide you.