13th Annual Women in Business Symposium features top speakers, networking and more

The 13th Annual Sheila McDonnell’s Women in Business Symposium will be held on Thursday, May 17, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Del Mar Fairgrounds Activity Center.

The event is a “motivational, educational, powerful, spiritual, networking and shop ‘till you drop day for women!”

The symposium will feature two powerful professional keynote speakers: Colette Carlson, humorous speaker, author and human behavior expert, and Eileen McDargh, “Radical Resilience Staying Rightside Up in an Upside Down World!”  world -renowned speaker.  Author Mimi Donaldson will be Master of Ceremonies.

The day also includes 10 exciting roundtable discussions and 65 exhibitors.

Early registration is only $95, which includes lunch. Register for 10 and receive a discount.

Exhibitor opportunities available to market your business.  Call Pamala McCain at 858-342-4200 or visit the symposium’s website to register at www.WIBSymposium.com

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