Join us for the February 2013 LOVE Campaign. We are spreading the entrepreneurial love this month!
Watch my Love Campaign video below!
NACWE was born out of my love for my sisters in Christ in May of 2010. I am passionate about women in business and that we need to support each other. Our logos have 2 hearts in them for a reason. We are here to help each other along the path. We cannot make it alone.
Our first Core Value is LOVE. The hearts represent each of us, a woman and her colleagues, standing in front of the cross. NACWE is built on a foundation of love. We choose to love our sisters in Christ and support them as they grow.
John 15:12 “This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you. We choose grace and forgiveness.
See more of our values and our culture here: http://nacwe.org/culture/
Way #1 to spread the love this month….JOIN NACWE!
As a part of the Love Campaign for February 2013, we will give you a FREE ticket to our 2013 Virtual Conference (a $97 value) when you pay in full for your yearly NACWE membership $197. Link here http://nacwe.org/nacwe-membership/
The conference is May 9th, 10th and 11th with more details being added each day! Watch here. www.nacwe.org/2013virtual
Way #2 to spread the love….. invite a friend to join you as a member of NACWE!
If you are a member of NACWE, you understand what we have as a daily part of our private forum. Why not invite a friend to join you in our community. What friend do you know that has her own business and might need the support of sisters in Christ? We are ready to welcome her. Let’s spread the LOVE!
In fact, if you refer one NEW MEMBER in February at the full payment of $197, you will get a 50% OFF coupon for the Virtual Conference. If you refer 2 or more at the full membership price you will get a FREE ticket to the Virtual Conference. Tell your friends about NACWE and let’s get the love flowing! Just have them give us your name when they sign up.
We are committed to sharing connections, resources, and knowledge with an entrepreneurial tribe of women leaders and visionary thinkers.
We seek to unite under a common goal of helping one another to succeed and thrive in business. We are blessed to share in a common faith in Jesus Christ and yet know that we might each choose to worship in a different way. We seek to glorify God in all aspects of our lives as well as our businesses.
At NACWE, we think big. We have lofty but attainable goals. Together, we can change the world. And as we creatively leverage our presence in the business world we learn to not only survive in a changing economy, but to thrive in the midst of it.
Who are the women of NACWE?
The women of NACWE are dynamic, smart, and tender hearted. We choose to support each other as sisters in Christ, knowing that we each come from different parts of the country and attend a variety of denominations. Many types of businesses are represented. Women that have been in business for many years, gather with women who are just beginning to think about starting a business. We welcome all of these women with open arms. We have dog trainers, jewelry makers, authors, direct sales consultants and more.
OUR MISSION is to train, empower, and inspire Christian women as they build their entrepreneurial business.
We do this in three ways: connect, create, and collaborate
We connect through the private forum, tele-classes, webinars, live events, and virtual events.
We create through the power of idea sharing, resources, and vision.
We collaborate by working with each other, creating joint ventures, sharing referrals, and walking side by side.
We cannot wait to LOVE you and your business! Come and join us today!
Diane Cunningham is the Founder and President of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs. She is a “business therapist”, plane crash survivor, author, consultant, speaker, marathon runner, and fun friend.
Find out more about NACWE and why 165 women joined in the first year at www.nacwe.org. Connect with Diane at www.facebook.com/
DianeCunningham for fun updates, silly videos, and lively conversation.
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