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Building Powerful Relationships in Business
November 7 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
In this Pub Talk, you’ll learn about the power of vulnerability and transparency when building your brand and self-image! Barbie will be teaching how to create powerful relationships, even with little to no network, and the impact you can have on social media!
Barbie Williams is a Network Marketing professional who has built a six-figure coaching business in only 8 short months! She helps individuals breakthrough their limiting beliefs, create unshakable confidence, and create the skills and habits necessary to successfully live out their entrepreneurial dreams! She is also a wife and mother of 3 little ones.
**This event is limited to the first 15 people who RSVP**
This event is made possible by funding from the City of Sweet Home, as well as Albany, Adair Village, Brownsville, Halsey, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Monroe, Philomath, Benton County, Linn County, and the Ford Family Foundation.
Oregon RAIN wants everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable at our events!
Please contact Corey Wright at email@example.com if there are any accommodations that we can make for you that will encourage your participation and we will do our best to meet your needs. Depending on the event type, accommodations may include things such as: reserving front row seating, an advance copy of slides to be projected, wheelchair access, language translation, childcare needs, etc…
This event is made possible by funding from the cities of Adair Village, Albany, Brownsville, Halsey, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Monroe, Philomath, Sweet Home, Linn County, and Benton County.
Oregon RAIN is a private non-profit with a mission to partner with Oregon communities to catalyze entrepreneurial ecosystems, connect entrepreneurs to resources (including overlooked entrepreneurs), and contribute to the creation of prosperous economies.
Our vision is that:
— Communities support, value, and celebrate entrepreneurs.
— Regional leaders recognize entrepreneurs are a primary creator of net new jobs.
— Small and rural communities in Oregon have thriving economies.
— A culture of possibilities is embraced.