Press Release: The Small Business Bootcamp for Women Celebrates its 5th Year Anniversary


June 9, 2016 -New York, NY –The Network for Women in Business will host its 5th Annual Small Business Boot Camp for Women on Saturday, July 16, 2016 at the Radisson Hotel located on 1 Radisson Plaza in New Rochelle, NY 10801.

During this event attendees can expect to learn how to conquer the massive mistakes that even smart female entrepreneurs make that keep them frustrated and awake all night worrying about sales.

“In the past 5 years I’ve discovered that even the most educated female business owners will go out of business because they never invest in sales training and they fail to learn how to effectively market their business,” says Toni Coleman Brown, Founder.

By attending the Bootcamp participants will discover the secrets to getting their business growing and sales soaring by learning the and most effective selling and marketing strategies available today.

According to the SBA only 50% of small businesses survive past the five year mark and most of them cite sales, marketing and finance as their biggest challenges. The Small Business Bootcamp for Women addresses these challenges in a high energy and fun-filled learning environment. Sample topics that will be covered at this year’s event include:

  • How to Use Facebook to Grow Your Small Business
  • Sales Mastery
  • How to Attract your Ideal Customer and Clients With Ease
  • How to Effectively Use Other Social Media Platforms to Promote Your Business

In addition to providing tremendous content and value, the event also provides solid networking opportunities for participants. The amount of knowledge and resources contain within the room of a Bootcamp event can generate revenue for years to come.

“I attended the first Bootcamp event back in 2012 and I haven’t missed once since,” says Greta Douglas, Regional Director and Founder of the Boston Chapter. Ms. Douglas is not alone, as many of this year’s registrants are multiple year attendees.

And female entrepreneurs aren’t the only ones who experience the challenges addressed by the Small Business Bootcamp for Women. Men experience the same struggles; which is why the event is also open to men. Every year a few good men can be spotted in the audience seeking the skills necessary to better market and promote their products and services. The testimonies they share are just as powerful as the women who attend this annual event.

A limited number of tickets are still available for this year’s event at Major media outlets seeking backstage media passes should reach out to



The Network for Women in Business provides affordable and cutting edge business marketing solutions for female entrepreneurs. The mission of the Network is to train, connect and advance women in business and can be found online at