Women in Business Radio is the communication Hub for Women in Business all across the world for the forgotten women in business today.
Not everyone will make the front page of Fast Company or Forbes top 100 list in America. Yet, women owned businesses are still the back bone of our economy here in the USA and abroad. Women In Business Radio is here to empower and give women in business a place to grow their reputation as well as awareness of other women they can connect with growing a stronger network.
Join us as we are taking interview requests. We want to talk with women at various stages of being in business. You do not have to have been in business for ages. We are a multi-generational community that honors and respects we have as much to learn from our Millennial sisters as we have from our Traditionalists.
A fabulous piece of advice a friend shared with me last year was “mentor with someone younger,they will keep you on your toes and you will learn as much from them as they learn from you”. Very wise words indeed.
You are invited to join us every Monday at 2pm ET, 1pm CT, 12pm MT 11am PT as we spotlight women in business each week, discussing what has brought them to where they are today for their business VS just what they do IN their business.
You can listen via your computer, call in on your cell phone (347-857-4551) or subscribe and listen via itunes.
That journey we all make as women in business, growing who are as we also grow our businesses. Recognizing that what we bring to our business from an internal perspective is as key as knowing our marketing strategy or having a good business plan.
Jill Manty. Here business Manty Web Designs is located here in Houston, Texas. We became twitter friends via #usguys a 24/7 twitter chat. Since Women In Business Radio is about spotlighting local women owned businesses around the world, it seem fitting we bring a home town business back in the mix.
Jill is a Texas native. After getting a degree in Theater, she took a different path and taught high school special education for two years before getting married and starting a family. She is a Mom to six children.
For the first ten years of her marriage, her primary focus was on raising and homeschooling her children. But in her free time, she started a business, The Delightful Child, with a high school friend. As an outgrowth from that, her husband convinced her to start blogging.
In 2006, they created a blog for the Torino Olympics, which outranked the official Olympic site for a great deal of the Games. This lead to an interview with the Washington Post and to being a featured case study on Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger site. This convinced her of the possibilities of blogging.
In 2009, her husband was laid off from his job as a corporate software engineer, and they decided that rather than going back to the corporate world, they would launch MantyWeb Designs. Jill primarily handle sales and networking for the company, including much of the social media outreach. She also does some project management for the web design side of the business. She blogs for both their business blog at www.mantywebdesigns.com and for their other project www.canimakebigmoneyonline.com.
How many times have you wanted to a website design that to made your online life run easier?
I know I have, let’s see what we can learn from Jill through her story and what has been her journey to get her where she is today.
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Women at Conferences
Listening to women all year at conferences, networking events and during one on ones a consistent message came through loud and clear…women want a way to have their own “Good Ole Gal Network” they can rely on to grow their businesses through WOM (word of mouth) relationship building networks.
When was the last time you thought about collaborating with another woman in business for your team?
Which Women’s Conferences do you attend? ( We are looking to be media partners with conferences world wide and would love your comments below which one’s you found most valuable to your and your business)
You will want to check out the new Twitter Chat
For those of you who are in the Speaking industry there is a twitter chat that you will want to participate in called Speak Chat
The vision for Speak Chat is simple…
Creating a community of individuals and companies who revolve around the professional speaking industry.
You are welcome if you are a speaker, authors, event planner, PR professionals, speaker bureau, publishers, conferences, vendors of the industry i.e. video, sound, product productions…the list is rather long which is what will make this an exciting chat.
Our goal is to have weekly topics that share and expand all of our knowledge, connections and of course business.
Our purpose for Speak Chat is to be educational and not marketing in our conversations (just for clarification)
This blog is to connect local Women In Business to a global audience. Creating an expanded network, growing your exposure and profits. We spotlight Women In Business, building your online brand and digital presence.