Successful entrepreneurs crave connection. They thrive on it. They love being together virtually in Facebook groups and on social media sites, but they know that nothing can replace the energy, uplift and inspiration that comes with being physically together with like-minded people who “get” them. That's where events like The Makers Summit come in.
One of the best sources I know of for the kind of connection and engagement that Makers and Artisan Entrepreneurs highly value is The Makers Summit. Presented by the amazing group that hosts the Indie Craft Parade, where I hosted Maker Mastermind: Greenville a few months back, The Makers Summit promises to be an awesome experience. Not only am I attending, but I'm also serving as an “Expert On Hand” and a discussion moderator.
About The Makers Summit
The Makers Summit is a two-day creative entrepreneurial leadership experience for people who want to grow successful businesses. It will be hosted in Greenville, South Carolina on March 3 and 4. You'll learn collaboratively through panel discussions, one-on-one “Experts On Hand” consultations, presentations and breakout sessions. Here's a video showcasing some of the fun.
I am especially excited that your ticket purchase includes the Craft & Cocktails event, a fun evening of making and mingling. The Makers Summit promises to be packed with valuable insights from people who can inspire and encourage you to take massive action in your business, and in your life, this year.
I am personally honored and humbled to be invited to participate. I love mentoring entrepreneurs, and rolling up my sleeves with them to bring out the best in all of us.
Space is understandably limited, so register now. You can thank me in person in Greenville.
See you there!
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