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Cumberland Valley Business Alliance Women’s Conference

The Cumberland Valley Business Alliance (CVBA) is excited to invite business women to a professional development seminar set to take place on Thursday, May 16, 2024, from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM EDT. The event, focusing on “The Top Three Things,” will be hosted at Blue Heron Events, located at 407 South Washington Street, Greencastle, PA.

The seminar schedule begins with registration at 7:30 AM, followed by a breakfast at 8:00 AM. The event will conclude with a wrap-up at 11:15 AM. This half-day conference aims to offer valuable networking opportunities, engaging presentations, and a chance for attendees to learn and grow professionally.

Admission to the event is priced at $30 for CVBA members and $40 for non-members. Interested participants are encouraged to register by May 10 to secure their spot.

In addition to the learning opportunities, the event will feature a vendor area where small, women-owned businesses can showcase their products and services. The cost for securing a vendor table is set at $100.

For further information or to register, interested parties can contact Debby Cunningham via email.

The CVBA looks forward to welcoming business women from the Cumberland Valley and beyond to this empowering event, designed to inspire and facilitate professional growth.

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