CWCC Peer Groups are designed to meet the specific needs for our different types of members. Each peer group has content and participants specific to where they are in business. These groups gather separately once a month to foster relationships, share authentically, and support one another’s personal and professional growth. Each month will have a different topic that supports the advancement of these groups. Peer groups are still included in membership and have no additional fee to participate in.
Our Solopreneur Forum is designed for small women owned businesses looking to grow their business knowledge, skills, and community. These businesses are under $1M in revenue and may or may not have a few employees.
Format of Solopreneur Forum: Networking, group introductions (name, business name, connection to topic), speaker from the community or inside the group (20 minutes), table conversation and group reflection.
Topic: The 4 Strategic Pillars of Business Growth and Development Speaker: Donna Evans, President & CEO of Phenix Growth Partners If you are a business owner who is ready to grow, is tired of trying multiple tactics that don’t work, needs help building their sales funnel, packaging, pricing and scaling, this workshop is for you.
Participants will learn:
- The 4 Strategic Pillars and how they will work for them and their business
- How to build a sales funnel that works
- How to create effective messaging to attract their ideal client
- The importance of scaling and staying in their genius zone
Are you or those around you experiencing fear or uncertainty? Check out this podcast on how to grow your business and overcome obstacles https://youtu.be/c3JWKz7WH3c.
As the President & CEO of Phenix Growth Partners, Donna Evans uses her extensive corporate, higher education and non-profit experience to help leaders and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses and careers to 6 and 7 figures. Her strong background in marketing and organizational and business development are key components to her clients' success.
Previously, Donna served as the President and CEO of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce for 9 years where she led significant growth initiatives in all aspects of the organization. She is particularly proud of creating the Top 25 Most Powerful Women event and founding the Women's Leadership Foundation, dedicated to helping women to get onto publicly traded and non-profit boards. Donna has served on numerous boards and served as the chair of the Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition for 3 years. Donna has won numerous awards including CEO of the Year (Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry), Outstanding Woman in Business Award (Denver Business Journal), Woman of Distinction and Top 100 Women (Girl Scouts of Colorado), Extraordinary Women (KOSI) and Women in Business Champion of the Year (Small Business Administration). She has been a keynote speaker and led training and development workshops on various topics to hundreds of leaders.