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Women TIES Southern Tier Luncheon & Mini-Holiday Showcase “Inexpensive & Free Technology to Promote Your Company in 2016” Sponsored by the NYWBC
Women entrepreneurs are busy individuals maintaining fast-paced business lives looking for new customers, keeping current work projects on track, and handling a plethora of other duties. When new technology is introduced in the marketplace most female business owners do not find time to learn about them or implement new technical tools to help their customers.
At the Women TIES Binghamton Luncheon and Mini-Holiday Tradeshow "Discovering Inexpensive & Free Technology to Promote Your Company in 2016," Erica Haray-Butcher, Founder of Catch Good Health and Host of Catch Good Health Radio, will share free or inexpensive technology women entrepreneurs can use in their businesses. Through Erica's business, and particularly her work with Catch Good Health Radio, she has learned a lot about technology. She'll be sharing her experience with her radio show and podcasting, and the basics and benefits of both for business owners. She'll also share tips on how to get started, and will help facilitate a general discussion about technology, and free services available to small businesses.
The event might actually include a live "podcast" which will be saved for attendees to hear and share after the event is over.
The event is co-sponsored by the Women's Business Center of New York State which offers free services to women entrepreneurs around New York State. For more information review www.nywbc.org.
We are looking for a second co-sponsor if you are looking to market something for the holiday season or into 2016!
About the Presenter
Erica Haray-Butcher, MS, CHES, is a Health Educator and Wellness Coach who helps people, families, and organizations get healthier and maximize their wellness. Through her business, Catch Good Health, Erica offers one-on-one coaching via phone and Skype, workshops and classes, speaking services, work site wellness programming, and hosts an online radio show—Catch Good Health Radio. She assists with prevention, as well as the management of chronic illness.
Erica is a graduate of the State University of New York (SUNY), College at Cortland, with a Masters Degree in Community Health, and has an undergraduate degree in Business and Marketing from Elizabethtown College. She completed eCornell's Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition, as well as Dr. Martha Beck's Life Coach Training Program. Erica is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC), and a Certified Wellness Program Coordinator (CWPC) through WebMD and the National Wellness Institute.
Through her business, and particularly her work with Catch Good Health Radio, Erica has learned a lot about technology. She'll be sharing about her experience with her radio show and podcasting, and the basics and benefits of both for business owners. She'll also share tips on how to get started, and will help facilitate a general discussion about technology, and free services available to small businesses.
Women TIES is proud to be a media sponsor of this special holiday event.
Women entrepreneurs and their families and friends are invited to "Christmas at the Palace" with the DeSantis Orchestra. Listen to holiday favorites being performed by Women TIES member Maria DeSantis and a host of other talented musicians and singers. Come and experience a little bit of Radio City Music Hall Christmas Show in Syracuse!
Nearly 15 years ago, Father Champlin realized that too many children in need were not graduating from high school. He desperately wanted to stop the cycle of poverty for these kids by helping them receive a quality education based on a strong set of values. In 1997, he started the Guardian Angel Society and charged it with the mission of raising funds for tuition assistance and providing mentor relationships for the children so that they would enjoy academic success. Since its inception, so many of Father's kids have continued on to distinguished universities such as Georgetown, Notre Dame, University of Pittsburgh, Le Moyne College, Syracuse University, and Niagara University, to name a few.
Please come out and enjoy this holiday special with your family, friends and loved ones.
For more information or to reserve tickets, contact the DeSantis Music Office at 315-488-7611
About the Presenter
From our first performance at Lincoln Auditorium on May 22, 1947 to the the current season, the Mario DeSantis Orchestra continues to share its love of all musical styles from Jazz to Contemporary with Central New York audiences.
Mario DeSantis attributes the staying power of the orchestra first to the quality musicians who have shared their talent over the years, and secondly to the special orchestrations which are continuously updated and custom written for the orchestra's unique instumentation by Jay Owen and Joe Riposo. This years shows feature over 30 new arrangements including traditional big band, 'new era' swing, medleys, and listening and dance selections from the 60's to today.
Mark Your Calendar 1st Annual Women's Right to Run 19K Media Sponored by Women TIES and the Women's Athletic Network
Mark your calendars now for the 1st Annual Women's Right To Run 19K. Women TIES and the Women's Athletic Network is proud to be a media sponsor of this exciting athletic event.
Proceeds from the run will benefit the National Women's Hall of Fame's capital campaign which raises funds to rehabilitate the former Seneca Falls Knitting Mill into its future home, The Center for Great Women.
Long distance running legend, activist and author Kathrine Switzer is the national spokesperson for the run. In 1967 Switzer became the first women to officially run and finish the then all-male Boston Marathon, and won the New York City Marathon in 1974.
"As an inductee of the National Women's Hall of Fame, it is truly an honor to be a part of this race," said Switzer. "The race is a fitting tribute to the 19th amendment which gave women the right to vote, and 19km – 11.8 challenging miles- reflects with a unique distance the challenges our foremothers had in going the distance to get that vote."
Further information about the run's cost and details will be on the Right to Run 19k website in April 2016.
About the Presenter
261 Fearless is a global community of women, be she a walker, jogger, runner, or front of the pack racer, who have found strength, power and fearlessness from putting one foot in front of the other. This strength has allowed her to overcome doubt and adversity in her life and she has the ability and desire to give support to other women who want to take on their personal challenges through running or walking.
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