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|May 09, 2019-|
May 10, 2019
07:30AM - 01:00PM
|Circular Summit 2019|
Alice\\\'s 4th annual Circular Summit will give you the tools and network to take your business to the next level.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Alice’s Circular Summit is back with a brand new edition!
This May 9-10, get down to business with high-growth female founders, investors, media, policymakers, and enterprise partners. Over two days in gorgeous Sonoma County, you’ll have access to experts during intimate adventure tracks and step-by-step workshops, all designed to accelerate your company’s growth and close the gap for women entrepreneurs.
New Coast, New Adventures
We couldn’t come to Sonoma County without experiencing all that this incredible region has to offer, so we’re going on small group adventures led by expert mentors. Whether cheese making or zip lining is your jam, you’ll find your people in our new adventure tracks. (Accessible and sober adventures are available, too!)
Tactical Next Steps to Scale Your Business
Inspiring keynotes and actionable workshops will teach you how to reach your business goals.
Mentorship with Leading Experts
Connect with experts to tackle your biggest business questions on capital raising, team building, customer acquisition and more.
Grow Your Network of Support
With plenty of social time integrated into the schedule, you’ll connect with other Circular Summit attendees who can become your next partners, collaborators, and mentors.
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