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Women TIES creates, hosts, sponsors and supports a variety of local, regional and state-wide entrepreneurial events. The website is updated frequently with important strategic networking and educational programs. You'll find event details, speaker profiles and registration information. Bookmark this page, so you can visit it easily to learn more about valuable entrepreneurial events to help you grow your business. Women TIES believes attending our strategic sales, networking and educational events is a valuable investment in your business.


Christmas Gift Alert: Order Chicken Soup for the Soul - Running for Good

Chicken Soup for the Soul Featuring:
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham
President & Founder
Women TIES, LLC and Women's Athletic Network

Tuesday, December 17, 2019
9 a.m.
Women TIES Bookstore

Reservations due:  December 17

$20.00  (Signed Copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good)

If you are a woman entrepreneur who loves running or walking, the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good, is a perfect gift for you or anyone you love.

Women TIES has the books for sale because President Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham has a story in this edition called "Boston Love." It details meeting running icon Kathrine Switzer and CEO of 261Fearless.org, Edith Zuschmann of Austria, along with 13 global and American women in New York City as the organization was launched in November 2015. You also run with Tracy through the iconic streets of Boston as she takes on her first marathon and learns important life lessons.

Amy Newmark the editor says: Whether you want to get moving, or keep moving, you need inspiration. Novice walkers and seasoned runners alike will find that inspiration, and so much more, in these stories written by those who know that the toughest step to take in any walk or run is the first.

Beginning an athletic pursuit like running or walking for fitness takes a good deal of motivation, determination, and inspiration, all of which can be found in these 101 real-life stories. Written by people who took that all-important, and elusive, first step, these stories will not only help readers get off the couch and get moving, but they'll inspire even the most seasoned of athletes to keep moving. Coauthored by the famous ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes, who brings his own advice to readers, as well as stories from some of the best-known runners in the world.

The cost of the book in stores ranges up to $14 with shipping and a signature, we are selling it for $20.

About the Presenter

Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham is a 24 year woman entrepreneur who took up running in 2005 after her second son was born. Since then she has started the Women's Athletic Network in 2013, has run in numerous 5K races in CNY, Chicago and San Antonio, a half marathon in Syracuse, the Boston Marathon in 2017 and a all woman marathon in Devon, England with 3 international teammates.



Women TIES Greater Binghamton Event "Social Media, Is It Really Changing the Way We Do Business?" Sponsored by the NYWBC and The Binghamton Reporter

Jeannine Papelino Featuring:
Jeannine Papelino
Creative Director & Info. Management Specialist
IntreXDesign & Associates

Thursday, January 9, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Traditions at the Glen, 4101 Watson Blvd, Johnson City, NY 13790

Reservations due:  January 7

$30.00  (Member Price: Lunch, Marketing Tables, Sales List, Networking, Speaker)
$35.00  (Non-Member Price: Member Price: Lunch, Marketing Tables, Sales List, Networking, Speaker)

Social media seems to be the big buzzword in today's social circles. We often hear how we should be active on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or other social media outlets. Have you ever wondered whether social media really offers a benefit? Or is it just the latest trend? This presentation will look at social media, and address the following questions, "Is social media really beneficial as a means of communication?" and "Does it really change the way we do business?"

At the Women TIES Greater Binghamton Event, Jeannine Papelino, Founder of IntreXDesign & Associates based in Utica, New York, will discuss how social media is used, how it affects our decisions, and the impact social media has had on our lives. We'll also look at the pros and cons of social media in relation to other forms of marketing; addressing which type of marketing you should use and when.

Please note: This presentation is about social media and its impact on us, it will not discuss how to use any part of the applications.

The event is sponsored by the Women's Business Center of New York State based in Utica, but serving 20+ counties in New York State including the Southern Tier counties. Find out about their free services to assist you and your business. Learn more about them at www.nywbc.org.

The event is media sponsored by Bonnie Rozen at The Binghamton Reporter and The Reporter Group. The Reporter offers attractive combination rates with our four sister newspapers: The Jewish Observer, serving the Syracuse and Central New York areas; The Reporter, serving NEPA, the Poconos and the Counties of Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Lackawanna; The New Jewish Voice, serving Stamford, New Canaan and Darien, CT; and Connections, serving Western Connecticut in Southbury, Lichtfield, Middlebury, Newtown, Washington, Waterbury and the surrounding areas.

About the Presenter

Jeannine started her career as a graphic designer in Rochester, New York and later launched her business working as a freelance graphic designer in New York City and in the State of Delaware.

As a design firm, IntreXDesign & Associates, specializes in promoting individuals, groups, and communities, with a focus on educating client audiences through promotional marketing. Her creative work includes designing brand identities, brochures, flyers, websites, newsletters, campaigns and promotional material for both print and web-based marketing.

With over a decade of experience in this field, Jeannine has served Fortune 100 companies like, Kodak, Bausch & Lomb, and the Hess Corporation. She has worked on projects for United Way, SUNY Oswego, the University of Rochester, the Literacy Coalition, and other small/medium businesses and nonprofits who have turned to her for marketing support. Likewise, she works with a team of professionals when projects require a writer, programmer, or photographer to assemble the right talent to fit each project's goals and deliverables.

Jeannine has been recognized for several awards including: The Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Sidewalk Art Show where she was awarded the People's Choice Awards in Watercolor in 2013. In 2016 another watercolor painting was accepted into the Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors. Throughout her career, she has received several printing awards. Her most recent award was featured in a national graphic design trade magazine, Graphic Design USA, recognized for her brand identity for The Treehouse Reading and Arts Center in 2018.




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