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A new series of panel discussions featuring leading women business owners and entrepreneurs. Each panel delivers wisdom and advice with love, humor, sarcasm, and real-world answers to issues vital to helping women succeed in business and life.

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As business owners and entrepreneurs, women are an economic force of nature.

There are

11.6 million

businesses owned and operated directly by women.

These businesses employ more than

9 million workers

and generate more than

$1.7 trillion

in annual sales.


of all U.S. businesses are owned by women.

Female entrepreneurs on average launch

1,800 new business ventures

each business day.

Women entrepreneurs are driving business forward.

But women-owned businesses face unique challenges and problems—success isn’t guaranteed. Before they can thrive, female entrepreneurs first must survive.

And that’s where Empowering Women in Business, a new video series from EMBAS, can help.

Designed as a business resource for women and by women, each 45‑minute panel discussion focuses on a critical problem or challenge confronting female entrepreneurs.

Whether it’s learning how to be better risk takers, discovering what it takes to survive tough times and grow, or achieving balance between personal needs and professional obligations, each panel takes the issue head on and provides real-world answers and solid advice.

Consulting. Marketing. And more.

Turn to EMBAS to help you grow your business.

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Empowering Women in Business:
The Enlightened Path To Business and Life Fulfillment: The 4 Steps of Human Experience

Mary Tobiason, Founder, Athletic Movement Perfected
Lori Johanneson, Licensed Real Estate Broker
Lorraine Herr, Life Coach & Founder, Why Wait – Thrive Now Coaching

Empowering Women in Business:
Take the Risk Out of Risk Management

Shanita B. Akintonde, President, ShanitaSpeaks LLC
Liz Brohan, CEO, Colman Brohan & Davis, Inc.
LaRae Quy, Founder and Director, Mental Toughness Center

Mary Tobiason, Founder, Athletic Movement Perfected

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