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PRESS RELEASE: News 12 New Jersey Executive Producer Ivy Charmatz to be Featured Speaker at Women Warriors in Business Symposium Slated for May 11

News 12 New Jersey Executive Producer Ivy Charmatz to be Featured Speaker at Women Warriors in Business Symposium Slated for May 11

Contact:

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press@njsbdc.com

 

 

Program to Enhance Women’s Impact on Leadership in Business and Career

 

May 8, 2017 (Newark, NJ) —Ivy Charmatz, an Emmy® Award-winning Executive Producer for News and Special Projects at News 12 New Jersey, will be the featured speaker for America’s SBDC New Jersey  Women Warriors in Business, a high-impact women entrepreneur and leadership symposium and luncheon on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 8:00 am until 2:00 pm, taking place at Rutgers Business School located at 1 Washington Park in Newark, NJ.

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Ivy Charmatz, Executive Producer of News12 New Jersey

Since joining News 12 New Jersey in 1996, Charmatz worked her way to oversee the News 12 New Jersey’s production of specials, including the very popular ‘On The Road’ series. “This incredible event is an opportunity for women to come together and realize that although our paths may be different, our journeys are similar,” said Charmatz. “I’m looking forward to spending the morning with so many accomplished professionals to share some of their insight and inspiration.”

A graduate of Rutgers University, Charmatz has also worked on nationally syndicated television programs and is an experienced Public Relations expert with an emphasis on message identification and development.

“Ivy is a great addition to “Women Warriors in Business” as she embodies what can be accomplished through strength, passion and perseverance.” said Deb Smarth, COO and Associate State Director of the NJSBDC.   

The “Women Warriors in Business” program will help women explore leadership challenges and opportunities, identify competitive advantages, help with personal and organizational branding, access lenders for financing, and utilize procurement certifications that are necessary when it comes to competing for public/private contracts.”

Joining Charmatz for “Women Warriors in Business” is keynote speaker, Dr. Stephanie D. Burroughs, of StephanieSpeaking, LLC. Dr. Burroughs is also a senior procurement consultant for NJSBDC Headquarters.  An expert in diversity contracting, Stephanie will discuss having and succeeding in business within today’s global marketplace.

Primary sponsors of Women Warriors in Business” include M&T Bank and Prudential Financial.  Partners include the U.S. Small Business Administration, The American Legion and The State of New Jersey’s Business Action Center, a key funding partner of the NJSBDC network.

There is a general attendance fee of $25.  However, free attendance is provided for military members, veterans and military dependents.

Seating for “Women Warriors in Business” is limited and spots are filling fast. To register, visit http://bit.ly/njsbdc-womenwarriors-2017 or http://njsbdc-WomenWarriors.weebly.com.

 

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PRESS RELEASE: Women Warriors In Business Symposium to Enhance Women’s Impact on Leadership in Business and Career

Women Warriors in Business Symposium Slated for May 11

Contact:

New-Jersey-color-with-band973.353.1927

press@njsbdc.com

 

 

Program to Enhance Women’s Impact on Leadership in Business and Career

April 27, 2017 (NEWARK, NJ) America’s SBDC New Jersey invites women veterans and entrepreneurs to attend Women Warriors in Business, a high-impact women entrepreneur and leadership symposium and luncheon on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 8:00 am until 2:00 pm, taking place at Rutgers Business School located at 1 Washington Park in Newark, NJ.

“The goal of Women Warriors in Business is to facilitate a real dialogue about topics that are important to women entrepreneurs and leaders” said NJSBDC Chief Executive Officer and State Director Brenda B. Hopper. The program will help women explore leadership challenges and opportunities, identify competitive advantages, help with personal and organizational branding, access lenders for financing, and utilize procurement certifications that are necessary when it comes to competing for public/private contracts.

NJSBDC - Women Warriors in Business (5.11.17)Focusing on empowerment, “Women Warriors in Business” will give women entrepreneurs and leaders candid insights from experts.  Three panels will focus on the following: ‘Being an Entrepreneur in Business and Career’; ‘Integrated Marketing in a Digital World’; and ‘The Real Deal in Winning Public and Private Contracts.’  The panels are comprised of accomplished entrepreneurs such as Cheryl McCants of Impact Consulting Enterprises; Michele Litzky of Litzky Public Relations; and Andaiye Taylor of BrickCityLive.com. Panelists also include business leaders and experts including Maureen Fairfax, Vice President, Strategic Sourcing at Prudential Financial; Dr. Tendai Ndoro, Regional Director of the NJSBDC at Rutgers University – Newark; Beverly Winkler, Director of Organizational Engagement, Learning & Development at PSEG; Dawn Fitch-Mitchel, Director of Diversity for DDB Worldwide; Stacy Smollin Schwartz, Rutgers University, Marketing Professor; Donald Newman, Director of Small Business Advocacy, Business Action Center, NJ Department of State.

“We’re excited to partner with The American Legion and provide guidance to our women veteran entrepreneurs.” added Hopper. “These outstanding women have many options available to them and we want to make sure they know the strength of entrepreneurship, while understanding that our network of business services and resources are here for them as well.” 

According to U.S. Census Bureau data, New Jersey based women-owned firms make up nearly 32 percent of all businesses, generating $49.5 billion in receipts.  Nationally, a 2012 study from the National Women’s Business Council reported that over 9.8 million women have businesses that generated $1.4 trillion in receipts.  Of that figure, approximately 383,000 veteran women-owned businesses – which are one of the fastest growing segments of the veteran population – generated $17.9 billion in receipts. 

“Though the numbers appear encouraging, women business owners still face significant growth challenges, as many cite issues including access to capital, education and resources being contributing factors to business development,” said Hopper. “Women Warriors in Business” aims to address key issues facing women entrepreneurs and leaders while providing encouragement, support and access to the resources needed to fuel growth.”  

The keynote speaker for Women Warriors in Business” is Stephanie D. Burroughs, of StephanieSpeaking, LLC, who is also a senior procurement consultant for NJSBDC Headquarters.   An expert in diversity contracting, Stephanie will discuss having and succeeding in business within today’s global marketplace.

Primary sponsors of Women Warriors in Business” include M&T Bank and Prudential Financial.  Partners include the U.S. Small Business Administration, The American Legion and The State of New Jersey’s Business Action Center, a key funding partner of the NJSBDC network.

There is a general attendance fee of $25.  However, free attendance is provided for military members, veterans and military dependents.

Seating for “Women Warriors in Business” is limited and spots are filling fast. To register, visit http://bit.ly/njsbdc-womenwarriors-2017 or http://njsbdc-WomenWarriors.weebly.com.

 

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Women Warriors in Business | Thursday, May 11, 2017 | Rutgers Business School – Newark

 

For fearless women engaged on a path of success

in business and career.

 

 

WHEN:

Thursday, May 11th, 2017  |  8:00am – 2:00pm

 

WHERE:

1-Washington-Park-outside

Rutgers Business School

1 Washington Park

Newark, NJ

 

For the Agenda, Speaker Listing and

additional information, go to:

http://njsbdc-womenwarriors.weebly.com/

 

 

 

Fee: $25.00

Fee Waived for Veteran, Military Members & their Dependents.

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This powerful symposium brings together various experts to outline ways to address and overcome various barriers that hinder or delay success in women’s business and careers.

 

Topics of Discussion Include:

Being an Entrepreneurial Leader in Business & Career
Having an entrepreneurial mindset allows for innovation, consistent analysis/development and resourcefulness – all in an effort to capitalize on and enhance one’s competitive advantage. This session discusses methods and strategies towards strengthening leadership skills in business, career and life from an entrepreneurial perspective.

Integrated Marketing in a Digital World
Digital marketing has revolutionized the business world, allowing small businesses and large organizations alike the ability to engage their clientele with a personalized touch and measured results. How will you and your business use these measures to set you above and beyond the competition?

The ‘Real Deal’ in Winning Public/ Private Contracts
Winning contracts can be rewarding but the process is often daunting. How can you strategize your efforts, while avoiding pitfalls and delays towards YOUR win?

KEYNOTE LUNCH: Business in a Global Marketplace

For the Agenda, Speaker Listing and

additional information, go to:

http://njsbdc-womenwarriors.weebly.com/

 

Or Register Online Today

 

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Registration extended to 5/9/2017 due to popular demand!  

https://womenwarriorsinbusiness-2017.eventbrite.com

 

 

Breakfast & Lunch Included

 


 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Shy Hopkins
973.353.1414
shopkins@njsbdc.com

Eugene Spillane
973.645.2427
eugene.spillane@sba.gov

 


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Emotional IQ and Entrepreneurship

Article by Jeanmarie Tenuto

 

Have you heard of emotional IQ?  It’s fairly popular.  Emotional Intelligence Quota or E-IQ extends beyond the personality and the cerebral IQ.  It acts in concert with those two but many would say it rules the roost.  As studies have proven, for those who are considered top performers versus others, E-IQ is the dominant factor.  E-IQ is something that is within our personality that relates to competence and navigating social complexities, personal decisions, mental attitude and managing personal behavior.  It could be the secret sauce of how to generate sustainable success as an entrepreneur.

Most entrepreneurs will tell you their success factor had much to do with belief in themselves and confidence in their idea. When faced with adversity, failure or that waiting period between the proposal delivery and the “Yes!” from a prospective client, emotional IQ defines those who will hold steady and those who have an outburst.

At first, entrepreneurs are always optimistic.  They exhibit the guts to try something new or convinced their ideas will change the world for the better.  This is the entrepreneurial spirit and watch out, because it is contagious.  However, it does come with a price and much of that price relates directly to risk, stability, self-motivation, stress and financial pressures.  However, emotional IQ relates to psychological challenges.

As you make these decisions to open your own business and grow your own business, remember the challenges facing you are actually you.  Emotional IQ will be essential in the following areas (as outlined by John Maxwell, author of Developing the Leader Within You).

As an entrepreneur, emotional IQ will be essential in managing the psychological challenges related to:

  1. Defining yourself
  2. Operating under little guidance
  3. Intense feelings all at once
  4. Stress management
  5. Financial strain

To learn more download our Whitepaper about 10 Reasons Small Companies Succeed.

 


 

About the Author:

Contributor

Jeanmarie Tenuto is the founder of Centaur Strategies and marketing communications consultant. Jeanmarie works with the NJSBDC team to promote essential resources that help entrepreneurs and small business owners start-up, grow and succeed. Follow Jeanmarie on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtenuto.

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