FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Judy Taylor
CXM Digital Marketing Group
303.216.0472 x 3
Denver eMarketing Company Supports Young Female Entrepreneurs
Denver, CO. September 10, 2013
Being a young female entrepreneur brings with it built-in challenges such as knowing and understanding the holistic process of establishing a business. For some young high school women who are enrolled in the Biz Girls CEO Development Program, turning unique interests, skills and passions into a profitable business is an intense, long lasting experience. A key element to Biz Girls CEO Development Program is the newly established mentoring program.
One of the participating mentors , Patrice Barber, President and CEO of CXM Digital Marketing Group, is a successful, well-known entrepreneur and a serial entrepreneur. Having been a mentor for other businesses through TIE Rockies award winning mentoring program (a chapter of TIE Global which supports entrepreneurs in 52 countries) and serving as a pitch coach for the Rockies Venture Club, Barber is looking forward to her role as a mentor for the Biz Girls Program.
“The future of this country rests on the shoulders of our entrepreneurs,“ says Barber.
“Young women in particular need to know that they are just as empowered as young men and they too are strong leaders.”
Peter Adams, founder of Biz Girls noticed that the young women may hit a frustration level of launching a business alone. The mentor program is designed in part to address that feeling of entrepreneurial aloneness.
“Each mentor and girl CEO work out their relationship,” says Peter Adams
The mentor program is newly launched and Peter knew what he wanted from his mentors.
“I know Patrice Barber from the Rockies Venture Club. We did a co-marketing presentation. Her expertise in emarketing and social media is well known,” Adams said. “Patrice is a positive role model and she sets an example for the Biz Girls. “She is a great mentor with her holistic approach and inspiration.”
The comprehensive Biz Girls CEO Development Program includes five intensive days with the goal of a completed business plan and functioning on-line e-commerce business.
Topics include product development, market evaluation, developing a brand and setting up Social Media programs.
“The girls are at the computer the entire time of the camp,” Adams says.
For Patrice Barber and CXM Digital Marketing Group, the fit seems perfect as she prepares to mentor high school girls in the Biz Girls CEO Development Program.
“This will be a delightful experience for me as a mentor. Not only can I assist these young women with navigating the challenges of building their businesses, but working with them to develop their marketing automation and inbound marketing leads through their blogs, tweets and email marketing is going to be interesting, fun and informative for all of us.”