Happy weekend young, female entrepreneurs! Here is a quick recap of what you can expect in November from YoungFemaleEntrepreneurs.com. November is a busy month for our group and you’re encouraged to participate in the community wherever makes sense for where you are in business right now (and what your schedule will allow for). We hope you’ll make connecting with your peers a priority this month as we head into 2013.
Read on to find out more about #YFEnyc’s first meetup with Marissa, YFE’s first onlince conference (#YFEcon), and what the next Bootstrap Book Club book will be. Don’t forget that YFE has another Twitter chat on Tuesday, November 6th at 11p/2e and this upcoming week (November 5th through the 9th) is Blog it! Week where we are linking up over blog posts.
Attend #YFEnyc’s First Meetup
Marissa Vicario is hosting her first YFE meetup in New York City at Thom Bar at 60 Thompson (The Thompson Hotel) Thursday, November 8th from 7 to 9pm.
[quote style="1"]Join NYC-area Young Female Entrepreneurs for a night of socializing and networking. This is our inaugural IRL (in real life) Meet-up so get in on the fun early and tell your entpreneur friends! Ticket price includes your first glass of wine and light bites. Come meet other like-minded women who are serious about growing their business and want to have fun doing it — get support, make connections, form lasting friendships and possibly partnerships![/quote]
Thank you to #YFEnyc sponsors!
If you’re in New York City register for the meetup to build community in your city with your peers. Marissa has notified YFE that she would like any proceeds of the event to be donated to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
Have you registered for #YFEcon yet?
Find out more & register for #YFEcon. This conference supports the free activities YFE hosts and $10 of every registration will go to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts from today until November 15th.
When is #YFEcon?
It is LIVE via streaming video, chat, and breakouts on Thursday, November 15th from 9am to 3pm PST (12pm to 6pm EST). We will also have an online happy hour the night before and opportunities to meetup with your peers IRL after the conference.
What is #YFEcon?
Young Female Entrepreneurs first online conference is bringing together entrepreneurial women in their 20s and 30s for 6 hours of peer-to-peer mentorship through panels, lectures, interviews, and breakouts utilizing technology we’re familiar with on November 15th.
Who should attend #YFEcon?
Entrepreneurial women in their 20s and 30s who are serious about growing their network through peer-to-peer mentorship and shared experiences.
Where is it?
It is available online for attendees. Register at yfecon.com.
Are you in the Los Angeles Area?
#YFEla will be hosting an IRL Meetup the night of the conference. If you’re in the Los Angeles area join City Coordinator Erin Haslag for a night out with speaker, Emily Greener of I Am That Girl, YFE Photographer Ashley Wilkins, and 40 of your peers at Next Space Culver City. Find out more about #YFEla and register for the event.
The Next Book Club Book Announcement
Young Female Entrepreneurs is partnering with Kickstart Kitchen for a second book now in their Bootstrap Book Club. Bootstrap Book Club is a private Facebook group facilitated by the founders of Kickstart Kitchen. It’s a place where women entrepreneurs gather to read, connect with each other and share experiences, and take action to grow.
From Kickstart Kitchen…
[quote style="1"]Happy Halloween! If you’ve been wondering what we’ll be reading next in Bootstrap Book Club, then wonder no more! Our next book is The Pumpkin Plan by Mike Michalowicz. Thanks to everyone who suggested it! We’ve still got a few more questions for The End of Men by Hanna Rosin, but order The Pumpkin Plan now so it will arrive by the time we start. You can grab it here: http://bit.ly/TOy1N5. We’ll kick off The Pumpkin Plan on November 13th. [/quote]
Click to buy the book (Kickstart Kitchen Affiliate Link)
Join the book club for free and introduce yourself to get started.