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Getting involved is easy!  There are several ways you can jump in and participate in our growing community...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYN(HER)GY Night

  • Every First Tuesday @ Forsyth Tech Small Business Center
  • 5:30am - 7:00pm

Join the tribe for an evening of impactful learning and community-building. Each month we will gather for a short time of networking followed by a presentation on a relevant business topic. We always close with a motivating success story from a local womanpreneur and a challenge to keep you pressing forward until we gat(her) again!

 

 

February 7 |  Pitch(HER): Pitching Your Business or Idea with Confidence - Note, our session has been moved to Wednesday for this month only.

Often, the first step to getting traction with your business idea is sharing it with others. In order to get the resources, support, guidance and (potentially) funding for you need to launch and grow your business, you must be able to communicate your idea, articulate why it needed, and how it will be profitable.  In this session, we will explore both the real and perceived barriers for women when pitching to different audiences, as well as learn some powerful strategies and tips for pitching your business or idea with confidence. Our guest speakers for this interactive session will be you. You'll get a chance to practice pitching your idea and get real-time feedback to help you improve your skills.

The event is FREE, but registration is required. Seats are going fast! Click here to register.

SYN(HER)GY Startups

  • Resumes in October
  • @ Venture Cafe Winston-Salem

Join us for a lively night of pitches by local womenpreneurs. Hear new ideas, ask questions, and give helpful feedback to help founders accelerate their business ideas and take them to the next level. Interested in pitching?  Drop us a line and tell us about your business.

SYN(HER)GY TimeBank

Timebanking is a time-based currency that helps to build circles and network of mutual support. With timebanking, you give one hour of service to another, and receive one time credit. An hour is always an hour — regardless of the service offered. You can use the credits in turn to receive services — or you can donate them to others. If you are interested in leading or being a part of the planning team for our Time Bank project, drop us a line!