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Women's Center offers small business seminar

The Women's Resource & Action Center (WRAC) and the Iowa Women's Foundation (IWF) will present another seminar in the 1999-2000 Women and Money Series, "Women, Technology, and the Small Business," Thursday, May 25 from 6-9 p.m. in Room C231 of the Pappajohn Business Building.

Women of all income levels, computer, and business knowledge are invited to attend this free workshop. This workshop is the second in a three-part series and is co-sponsored by the Small Business Development Center.

Maureen Collins-Williams, director of the University of Northern Iowa Small Business Development Center, will present a hands-on workshop on applying technology to every facet of the small business, including e-commerce, web-sites, on-line business research and internet marketing. Since 1992, Collins-Williams has worked extensively with women-owned businesses and is able to give expert guidance in the area of technology and business development.

This small business workshop is the second in a series of three seminars addressing a variety of women's ideas and concerns about business development. Participants are encouraged to attend one, two, or all three workshops in this series. For more information about this and other workshops in this series, please call IWF at 337-4222 or WRAC at 335-1486.

The workshops are made possible in part by support from the Johnson County Area Women's Network and the Altrusa Club of Iowa City and are sponsored by The Iowa Women's Foundation and the Women's Resource & Action Center. Seating and materials for the workshops are limited, and pre-registration is required. To register for workshops, please call the Iowa Women's Foundation at 319-337-4222 or e-mail at iwf@avalon.net.


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