Money is the key to growing any business; managing it, finding it, and making more of it!
In September 2018, women-owned businesses, entrepreneurial communities and stakeholders across the state are providing training, resources and discussions all about MONEY. We call this Money Month 2.0.
We took feedback from the 2017 AZ Women Business Owner survey and responses from more than 40 events held last year to create Money Month 2.0. This year, there will be four weeks of structured events in five regions (West Valley, Mesa, Chandler, Central Phoenix, and North Scottsdale) across the Valley. We strategically brought together the top money experts from all over Arizona to create interactive content tailored to the various needs of women-owned businesses in various stages of development.
Each week will focus on one of the four key money issues: making money, managing money, internal money and external money.
Additionally, this year we proudly partnered with two national resources to discuss the latest national innovations and resources surrounding money. Paul Signh from Results Junkies will speak about investing in diverse firms at our kick-off on September 5th. To wrap up the entire month, we’ll have a dynamic discussion from the SHEO on the latest in online, peer-to-peer, micro lending to help open a whole new world of money options for women-owned businesses across the globe.
You can register for one event or the full month; participate at a location near you or online! However you choose to build your Money Month 2.0 experience, we are here to make sure you walk away with a comprehensive action plan to help build your business on a solid financial foundation.
Join Money Month 2.0, because there is $trength in numbers!
Money Month is an initiative of Empowered PhXX powered by National Bank of Arizona, and it is open for every community partner to participate.Empowered PhXX is a community collaborative committed to strengthening the future of Phoenix by advancing women in entrepreneurship and is 100% community-owned and self-organized, meaning no one person or organization runs it—everyone contributes through action.