A new networking organization on the Eastside proves once again that women mean business.
Eastside Women In Business, a networking community for professional like-minded women to promote and grow their business, exchange leads, share ideas, build relationships, explore opportunities and celebrate camaraderie, hosts monthly lunch networking meetings and mixers.
The organization is based on the idea that women achieve more through collaboration than competition. The founders shared the vision of creating a networking group that would allow women to step into a welcoming environment that empowers women in business and fosters growth for professions across the board.
The EWIB welcomes women from all professions whether in real estate, a CEO of a multimillion dollar company, a freelance photographer, or stay-at-home mom.
Founder Christi Meshell, of Stewart Title and Escrow in Kirkland, launched the new networking organization in September with the help of Jennifer Blum, of Coldwell and Banker Bain in Redmond and Lauren Archer, of Positive Control in Woodinville. Meshell desired an organization that would cater to the business woman’s busy lifestyle.
Logo from Eastside Women In Business.
|Even the Shopping Cart Needed Marketing|
|Entrepreneurs Take Too Many Showers|
|Science is Cool, Even the Science of Christmas Trees|
|3D Print Your Unborn Baby|
|How to Attract Better Clients|
|The Economics of North Dakota’s Oil Boom|
|What is 3D Printing?|
|They Started A Business Around Their Fashionable Dog|
|Sh*t Entrepreneurs Say|
|Unexpected Products by Brands We Trust|