Ep 8: Uplevel your business and your life using the lens of personality type with Markey Read of Markey Read Group
This Vermontrepreneurial Life
by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Markey Read is an internationally recognized speaker, coach, and consultant, who is committed to helping women get what they want from their lives and businesses. She is the author of several books including Launch, Grow, and Prosper as a Solopreneur, and Leadership Styles. Markey has been supporting enterprising folks getting clarity and moving into more prosperous futures for more than 25 years. Her practical and inspirational approach will help you live the life you truly desire. Tune in to learn more about: How knowing our personality type preferences helps us specialize our services and a ..read more
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Ep 7: Brand photography to capture your essence and tell your business story with Isora Lithgow Creations
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Isora Lithgow Creations is a BIPOC, Queer, woman-owned wedding and branding photography business passionate about capturing the essence of joy, fun, and vibrancy in every moment. Her mission is to create timeless and authentic photos that capture the unique beauty of her clients and their stories. She aims to create a fun and relaxed atmosphere where her clients feel confident and safe in front of the camera, resulting in photographs that tell stories. Tune in to learn more about: Why professional photography is essential to your business How her proven strategy, combined with her talent for m ..read more
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Ep 6: Protect your small business with advocate Emily McDonnell of the Vermont Attorney General’s Office
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Emily describes her role as the Small Business Advocate for the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) as the bridge between the VT Attorney General’s Office and the Vermont business owner community. She assists with mediating complaints, scam reporting, navigating state government and any other consumer-related issues. She explains how business owners can educate themselves as the number one method of prevention. Emily also reviews protocols for dual authentication that you can put in place to avoid losing money to scam activity. She acknowledges that small businesses are what run Vermont and its ..read more
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Ep 5: A backstage pass to expert Brittany Winfield’s Instagram strategy with CEO of The Winfield Creative
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Brittany Winfield is the CEO of The Winfield Creative and a social media mentor for women-owned businesses. From her home office in South Burlington, Brittany coaches womenpreneurs how to effectively leverage their online platform, specifically Instagram, using high-level marketing strategies through long-term coaching, short-term consulting, and accessible, virtual classes. Get your device out to follow along this unique Instagram tutorial! Open Instagram and navigate to @thewinfieldcreative as you gain from Brittany’s expertise about: Why Instagram is the platform for the small business ..read more
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Ep 4: Money mindset and your business finances with Kaela Coble, owner of KPC Bookkeeping
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Today’s guest is Kaela Coble, owner of KPC Bookkeeping. Kaela runs a virtual bookkeeping, advising and coaching business out of St. Albans where she lives with her husband, two dogs and one savage murderer of cat. She helps women-identified solopreneurs and micro-business owners to charge what they're worth as they build business that are profitable, joyful and emotionally sustainable. If you don’t have a bookkeeper, tune in to learn how to decide when it’s right for you to outsource to a bookkeeper, whether you use Kaela’s simple formula or go with your gut If you have a bookkeeper, perhaps y ..read more
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Ep 3: Video, story and your business with Well Told Films co-founder Kristin Cantu
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Today’s guest is Kristin Cantu who, along with her husband, is a partner at Well Told Films. She has extensive experience managing projects for companies with a focus on creating community among entrepreneurial women. In addition to her business, Kristin created a mentorship program for women in Central Vermont through ElevateHer and facilitates groups of female entrepreneurs in The Huddle HUB, a virtual support network whose members are invested in each other’s success. She is co-founder of the non-profit Vermont Production Collective that connects the people doing film, video, photography, s ..read more
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Ep 1: Why You’ll Love Working with Center for Women and Enterprise with Faye Longo
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by Sara Kermenski
3M ago
Learn what Vermontrepreneurs should know about the Center for Women and Enterprise; how to benefit from networking when you have a technical assistance provider on your team (and word of mouth works here!); how entrepreneurship bridges economic gaps for women and has a ripple effect to benefit the whole community; why Vermont is a uniquely great place to be an entrepreneur; concrete next steps to learn about business, get involved with peers, and find enthusiastic supporters with Center for Women and Enterprise Center for Women and Enterprise www.cweonline.org To view all of CWE’s upcoming cla ..read more
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