29. January 2010 | Show Originial
Are you a stay at home mom who is looking to re-join the workforce? If you answered yes to this question than you might want to take some time to prepare yourself for the job hunt.

Let's face it. Today, it's almost a necessity to have both parents contributing income to keep a household going. The statistics tell us that more than 72 percent of women with a child over one year of age have returned to work; and this number steadily rises each year.

But it's not an easy situation to be in. Today's workplace doesn't really consider motherhood on-the-job experience. To be competitive, mothers returning to work have to navigate the same steps as any other job seeker, plus consider how to make their motherhood experiences work their advantage when applying for a job that others who have never left the workforce are also applying for.

But, maybe that's putting that cart before the horse. Let's first talk about how to get you started:

Ask yourself these three quick questions at the start of the job search:

1) Are you going back to an old profession or starting something fresh?

If you are planning on going back to the profession you left before becoming a stay at home mom then you might want to consider updating yourself on the new information within your chosen career field. Mom's looking to go this route also might want to consider taking a few classes in your career field to freshen up you qualifications.

If you are starting fresh in profession find something you like and are interested in. Try and find something that does not hinder a lot of stress among yourself for there will be many stresses at home when you begin working again.

2) What type of job are you interested in?

What skills do you have? If you are interested in interior design and just can't wait to tell your friends about that sale at your local fabric store, maybe retail is for you. Or, if you love being around children and were sorry to see yours go to school, look into working at a daycare. Take what you are good at and see where job opportunities lie.

3) What is important to you in the job?

Things to consider are: location of the job, the shifts required to work the job, as well as vacation and sick days that you are allotted. Also, do you need benefits? What about some sort of retirement plan? How flexible do you need the employer to be with your family time? What type of atmosphere do you require to be productive? Do you prefer working from a desk or do you need to be up and moving around?

Now that you've got an idea of where to start, take a look at what you have been doing besides raising kids for the past few months/years. Your main goal here is to assure an employer that not only have you not forgotten how to work, but also that you have been sharpening your skills while out of the working world.

Volunteer: As a mom you probably do a lot this already and just don't realize it can be considered work experience. Volunteering is a great way to build experience as well as contacts. This is also a great source of networking and can really be helpful when it comes time to land that perfect job. Consider volunteering with the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, the United Way or any number of other local and national organizations. Not only will you be impacting your community, but you will be adding to your customer service, networking, event planning and other related job skills.

Stay Active: Your child will greatly benefit from you being involved in his/her experiences at school, but so will your resume. Consider joining the PTA. Offer to hold a position on the PTA board. Become a Class mom. These things will add to your experience with adults and managing meetings, scheduling conflicts, and overcoming challenges.

Remain Well Read: One of the mistakes Returning-to-Work Moms make is skipping over the industry information readily available to them. Read everything. When your kids are napping, read the paper. When your kids are playing, read magazines related to the field you want to work in. When your kids go to bed, get online and research what is happening in your field. Find out all you can about the company you want to work for.

If you follow these tips, you will have a better chance at selling yourself as a well-prepared job candidate than many others. And, when all is said and done, you will feel more confident about your skills and abilities, which will relay in body language and tell the employer more about you than your resume.

Things to remember:

Don't get discouraged. Finding a job takes time and effort. Remember, you are competing against people who are fresh in the workforce or right out of college so the pressure is on. Prepare yourself for difficult questions. Be prepared to sell them on why they need to hire you- and back up your argument with the skills and abilities you've gained while not a part of the workforce. The most important thing is to stay confident.

Consider working part time. If you find yourself with a desire to return to work, but aren't sure what to do, consider working part time. This may be a good way to get your foot back into the working world and meet some new contacts that can help you find the job you want long term.


Are you a member of Facebook? If so check out the Tampa Employment Guide Facebook page to get even more information about searching for a job.
28. January 2010 | Show Originial

So... here you are. You've successfully navigated the treacherous waters of the job search, sending out resumes and then your lifesaver appears- the actual interview! You survived. Congratulations! But you're not safe yet. You can't just sit by the phone hoping it rings. Now is the time to put in that "extra something" to really make yourself shine-- Go the extra mile and make yourself stand out above the rest of the interviews. Send a hand written thank you note.

Did you know that less than 5 percent of job seekers actually send a thank you note after an interview? Yet, every career book advises you do so. So, why not do it?

A thank you note is simple, but there are some rules in sending a proper thank you. Here are the do's and don'ts of a thank you note.


DO'S:

  • Make the note handwritten and personalize it to the time you spent with your interviewer

    Relate to a discussion point/joke/mutually interesting fact from the interview. If you discussed the price of tea in China, Google the price and include it as a "by the way, I thought you'd be interested to know, the price of tea is X." This shows the interviewer you are serious, thoughtful, and capable of researching facts and figures


    Relate in to your interviewer. If you discussed dogs, choose a card with dogs on the front. Include a little known fact about their favorite breed. Whatever way you choose to incorporate this, your interviewer will be pleased you remembered that fact about him/her.

  • Put effort into the note. Be careful of typos, grammatical errors, and penmanship.

    Pre-write your note on your computer screen and copy word- for-word from there. Your computer will tell you of any grammatical or typing errors or so you can correct anything ahead of time. If you have unreadable writing, be sure to print and use all caps if you must. It is MOST IMPORTANT that the interviewer be able to read the card and know it was you who sent it.

  • Send a thank you note to everyone that you interview with.

    Sometimes, one interview may consist of a panel of employers; therefore, you want to recognize everyone because they are all making the decision. Write and send a personalized thank you to each individual!

  • Send a thank you note within 24 hours of the interview.

    I find that having the thank you note addressed and stamped and in the car is the best. When the interview is completed, drive to a post office, complete the card in the parking lot and drop it in the mail. This guarantees the card gets written, arrives as soon as possible after the interview and contains details from your conversation while they are still fresh in your mind.

  • Send a thank you even if you get hired before a thank you gets sent.

DON'TS:

  • Do not send a thank you note via email.

    Exception to this rule is if a business is very email savvy and does most of the work via email. But written notes are the best way to go!

  • Don't copy a generic thank you letter that you can find online. PERSONALIZE!
  • Don't say anything negatively, pushy, or make it seem like the note is intended as a plead for a job. Just say thank you and make it from the heart. It's your best bet.
As you can see, a thank you note is simple. Just make sure you carve out the little bit of time it takes to write a good, personalized and heartfelt note. It may not be the breaking point of getting the job, but it will certainly add points in your favor. But, I think of it as a tie breaker; if an employer is undecided between you and someone else. If you are both qualified and great candidates for the job, but you send a thank you note... That simple gesture may make all the difference. Think about it.

Here are some great links to check out for ideas of good, personalized thank you notes:

http://www.quintcareers.com/sample_thank-you_letters.html


http://jobsearch.about.com/od/thankyouletters/a/samplethankyou.htm


http://jobsearch.about.com/od/thankyouletters/a/samplethankyou.htm

* Remember don’t copy these samples, make your own!


Carly Sabato


27. January 2010 | Show Originial
We've all known employers review a resume in detail before calling you for an interview. We also know they want an explanation for where you've been, what you've been doing and how well you've been doing it once you're in the interview. So, how do you explain those long gaps in your work history?

It's a tricky situation, so in this blog I'll focus on how to explain your job gaps and what you can do to still be valuable out of work.

Many times when critiquing a resume to send out to an employer we often omit jobs that do not pertain to the job that we are applying for, and that can cause unnecessary gaps in your resume.

For example, let's say you are applying for a sales job. You would not want to list your previous job in warehouse selecting or that time you worked as a janitor as your work history; you'll detail your experience in sales. But that leaves two years void of employment details, which will throw up a red flag to your potential employer. It might appear that you were out of work and then they have to wonder why that might be the case. But you know you have those 2 jobs you didn't list. So you're safe, right? After all you're a hard worker, so it should read through loud and clear to that employer. Right? WRONG. Anytime you leaves information off your resume, it leave the employer with questions in his/her mind. To alleviate those concern, simply list a separate section of unrelated work history. This way, they know you're not a slacker, you weren't off the grid and just didn't feel like working. You have documented activities and experience that, even though unrelated, kept you in the workforce and makes you just that much more valuable.

Now, for all of you who weren't working and don't have job experience to list... I wasn't calling you slackers! I'm sure you have some very valuable experience to list as well. There are many reasons you're not working-- maybe you were laid off. With the economy on a decline for the past year or so, many people find themselves in this situation. Or maybe you left the workforce to have kids. Maybe you left because your mother was sick. Whatever the reason, you'll need to have some information on hand to reassure your potential employer you remained active and are ready to step back into the game.

Let's discuss your options for staying active:

1) The best thing to do is stay active within your field of expertise.


Obviously, an employer wants to know how you are going to help their business. If you can tell him/her that, even though you weren't being paid, you took on an internship or a voluntary position to keep your skill set sharp, you'll certainly be considered a top applicant.

2) Volunteer in the community, at schools, or any type of organization.

Your initiative will be impressive and demonstrate that you are still working. It also tells the employer that although you may not be getting paid, networking is important to you as is gaining experience in fields where you may not be familiar.


3) Keep your resume updated.

You never know when you're going to run into job opportunities. Keep track of all your new skills and activities while out of work. Remember, just because it is not a job it still can go on the resume. After all, you still learned the skills, right?

4) Keep current on the skills you have.

Granted, money is tight when out of work but keeping up-to-date with information in your field is key to making yourself appealing to an employer. For example, if you work with computers, stay up to date with new software and how it works. A class at a local college or a seminar can really add value to what you have to offer.


5) Go part time.

Part time work is better than no work at all. The part time job can be in your field or can be something completely different. Either way you're still out there, you're still working, you're still fresh and that makes you a much better candidate.


6) Change it up.

Maybe losing your job can be a positive thing. Maybe it is time for a career change. Ask yourself if you really liked where you were to begin with? If not then what are you interested in? Is there a job that you have always wanted to go after? If so then take this opportunity to make it happen!

In Conclusion:

Having an answer to the question you want to avoid, "Why the gaps in your work history," is going to be better than no answer at all. Remember, it's best to be honest about you reasons ad explain yourself, but NEVER exaggerate or lie. Most companies will terminate an employer for lying on an application or in an interview. You've worked hard to earn this face time, don't blow it with an exaggerated fact.

Carly Sabato
26. January 2010 | Show Originial

Your resume is a key component in landing you the right job. A good resume gives the job seeker a voice. It tells who you are, what you have accomplished, and where you are going. Does your resume say all this about you?

Let's take a quick look at some good guidelines to follow:

1) Make sure your resume is 1 page and definitely no more than 2. (1 page is recommended)

Remember, employers are looking for a quick overview that will sell them on why they should interview you for their open position. Don't give them your life's history.

2) Tailor your resume to the specific job that you are applying for.

If you're applying for a customer service position, there is no need to include your janitorial experience. Keep the information relative to what you would be doing in the job for which you are interviewing.

3) Make sure your resume is updated (ex: contact information,etc.)

Don't forget to include your most recent work history. Don't leave gaps in employment- that raises flags for employers that may leave you out of the running for the job. Don't include your like/dislike/children's names or shoe size! These details are irrelevant unless specifically requested by the interviewer.

4) Does your resume have all the correct information?

A) Contact Detail
B) Career Objective
C) Employer History
D) Education and Training Qualifications
E) Demonstrated skills
F) Special achievements and rewards
G) References


Here are some helpful sites to build a great resume:


http://www.how-to-write-a- resume.org/
http://www.theresumebuilder.com/
http://www.razume.com/

Remember that a great resume will leave a lasting impression on an employer. So if you are not getting responses to the resume you are sending out; it might not be working for you. Consider takings your resume to a professional resume writer. Usually there is a cost involved, but often times the professional writer will design and write a resume that stands out miles above the rest!

DON'T FORGET THE TAMPA EMPLOYMENT GUIDE JOB FAIR IS FEBRUARY 9, 2010 FROM 10 AT: Museum of Science and Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33617. We'll have resume writers to help you review your resume, free of charge!


Carly Sabato

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
If you are looking to build your personal brand to help you find a great career, land new freelance work or build up your credentials for long term success, you need to be using video to enhance your online presence. The stats are staggering and sites like YouTube are even preloaded on iPhones and Google powered Android phones.

Here is the presentation we gave at the Orlando Job Fair on January 20th at the Plaza Theatre. We decided to shoot a screencast to get 100% quality and audio so you don't miss a thing.


Using Video To Enhance Your Personal Brand


If you have any questions on how video can enhance your career prospects and develop your personal brand, please leave a comment below.
25. January 2010 | Show Originial

Today Facebook is a common thing; it seems everyone has one. However, as social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn become more and more popular, your personal information becomes more readily available to anyone who is looking.

We've already discussed cleaning up your social networking sites to have them reflect a professional and responsible person. However, even if you removed all potentially risky information, you are not safe yet! Just because your personal networking it does not mean that your risky, personal, really-should-keep-to-yourself information can not be found. Your friends can contribute to employers finding out information about you that you would have rather kept to yourself.

Let's take a look at an example. You went out this weekend right? Your friend decides to post some pictures of Friday's festivities. Your page might be private, but your friend's page is not. Guess what that means? Those pictures are out in the world if the Internet where information can never be erased and is easily accessible to anyone who may be searching.

So what are your options? Erase your page? It's an option, but you can make your profile help you as long as it says the right thing. Here are some tips to help you out:

Tips to Privacy:

1) Be sure to let your friends know that you do not want to be tagged in pictures that they post and that you would prefer that the pictures of you not be posted at all.

2) Let your friends know that you would not like to talk about personal information via posts on your page.

3) Let your friends know why. Tell everyone you know you are on the hunt for a job and that you do not want your social site to reflect poorly against you. This is also an excellent networking tool! You never know who is looking to hire someone with your qualifications and experience, so be sure to tell everyone you know what type of position you are looking for.

Remember that anything that is posted to the Internet is out there for anyone to see. Keep your image professional and as wholesome as possible. If you question whether it is inappropriate for a potential employer to see it, it's too risky to post.

Carly Sabato

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

25. January 2010 | Show Originial
Click on the image below to view a copy of this week's edition of The Employment Guide in Portland.


Enlarge this document in a new window

Publisher Software from Yudu

22. January 2010 | Show Originial

 

Last year’s “Putting America Back to Work” job fairs resulted in 17,000+ new hires nationwide, far exceeding our goal of 10,000 new hires. However, we realize that the economy has still left millions of Americans unemployed. With that in mind, www.EmploymentGuide.com is kicking off its Hire Commitment job fair series for 2010. 

 

Starting this week, we’re going to revisit some job fair tips we’ve previously posted, but more in-depth. Part one of a five-part series.

 

Talking to Employers

To ensure your next trip to a job fair results in a new job, you’ll have to do more than simply show up and pass out resumes. If you show a general disinterest and/or casual attitude at the job fair, it’s a clear indication to employers that you’re simply looking for a paycheck, not a career.

 

Take time to get additional information and make an impression. Look at it this way, most likely you’ve stood in line to get into the job fair and again at the employer’s booth. When it’s your turn to talk to the employer, don’t just occupy their time – dominate it. By dominate, I don’t mean only talk about yourself, but captivate the employer’s attention by showing genuine interest about the position.  

 

Also, try to avoid approaching employers when they are crowded by a large group of job seekers. Approaching a crowded booth makes it difficult for employers to answer your individual questions, and they are less likely to remember you when they leave.

 

Here are some talking points that are sure to make an impression within the short time you have to chat:

 

Ask about the nature of the positions he/she is looking to hire

If he/she mentions a job you’re interested in, make your interest clear to the employer  

Briefly explain how your experience meets/exceeds the requirements for the job

Inquire about the next step in the hiring process

 

Check back next week for information on how to prepare before arriving at the job fair.

 


20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join us on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth workshops, educational sessions, panel discussions and networking activities. The symposium provides a way for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs to meet and explore strategies for providing support and mentoring opportunities. Connections are made by sharing experiences and real life stories about their common challenges; techniques and creative tips will be shared to help participants continue to grow their businesses.



A Micro-enterprise by definition is a business with five or fewer employees, small enough to require initial capital of $35,000 or less. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, one out of six U.S. private sector employees’ works for a microenterprise.


This year’s symposium will take place on February 20, 2010, at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. The symposium will have more than 15 concurrent sessions in which experienced professionals will make presentations and lead discussions about technology, marketing, finance, and other related topics for small business development. Join them on February 20, 2010 and look ahead to the future of growing micro enterprises to million dollar businesses.
20. January 2010 | Show Originial

The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Microenterprise Symposium is the premier gathering for small businesses in the Pittsburgh tri-state area. For a second year, entrepreneurs and business professionals from this area will come together at conference to participate in in-depth wor