2015 W2: The Women to Women Conference
Presented by Prospera Business Network, Montana Women's Business Center, MSU Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship and MSU Women's Circle of Excellence
2015 W2: Women to Women Conference
Staying True to Your Passion
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Best Western Plus GranTree Inn
FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Karen Stewart Brown, Designer and Entrepreneur
Karen co-founded Stewart+Brown, along with her husband Howard Brown, in 2002 and oversees all design and production activities. Their company is a pioneer of modern ethical fashion that applies sustainable practices to create apparel that enables women to feel beautiful on the inside and out. In 2015, Karen co-founded FUTUREADI®–a next generation creative agency focused on engineering sustainable solutions for complex design problems. Prior to Stewart+Brown, Karen was Sr. Designer at Patagonia and J.Crew.
Full agenda, speaker and topic details to be announced. Registration opens March 30.
SPEAKER GIFT SPONSOR
Deadline for sponsorships is March 27.
Participants at the 2013 W2 Conference. Photo courtesy of Jessie Moore Photography.
Feedback from 2013 W2 Conference Attendees:
"By far the best conference I have ever attended! All of the presenters were relevant, interesting, engaging and inspiring. I’m leaving here today, hopeful and energized to grow my business.”
“Such a great conference! It is exciting and empowering to be in a room of interesting women! This day was an extremely well-invested one for me—I got so much out of it! I can apply these teachings to both my business and doing an even better job for my employer!”
“First-time attendee and I really appreciated the dynamic set of speakers and workshops! Lots of food for thought. Enjoyed that your program could also apply to those who don’t own a business. Very nicely done and executed!"
The Montana WBC is a program of Prospera Business Network and is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Amanda Schultz at (406) 587-3113.