The California Womens Conference has announced the additions of Oscar De La Hoya, MariAnne Williamson, Deepak's daughter Mallika Chopra as well as Chris and Heidi Powell to an already impressive, record breaking roster of speakers and panelists on September 23rd & 24th at the Long Beach Convention Center.
The existing schedule includes experts and inspirational individuals in the fields of finance, sports, social media, music, business, entertainment and spirituality, such as Marcia Cross, Gloria Allred, Stedman Graham, Geri Jewell, Julie Newmar, Rose Marie, Tippi Hedren, Carol Channing, Eric Dickerson, Shannon Tweed-Simmons, Les Brown, Michael & Rickie Beckwith, as well as four prominent LA News Anchors, Christine Devine, Ana Garcia, Dorothy Lucey and Wendy Burch, not to mention special guests like Melissa Manchester, Cyphonique, and Helen Reddy (who is coming out of retirement for this), among business entrepreneurs such as networking expert Jill Lublin, CEO Builder Kimberly Reed and National Champion Bodybuilder and fitness expert Wendy Ida to name only a few.
A unique aspect to this years conference is that the exhibit hall will feature “streets,” where women can shop from more than 100 vendors such as Mary Kay, Gallo Wines, Apptology, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Kilambe Coffee, etc., as well as best selling authors such as Dr, John Gray, Judy Carter and Mark Victor Hansen. Conference organizers have developed a Community Town Square setting, where attendees will discover a manmade oak tree, giving patrons a unique experience while planning the next speaker or panel discussion to attend.
The California Women's Conference is an extremely important event for women in Los Angeles, the state as well as the nation. The organizers are extremely dedicated to maintaining this tradition of networking and support of LA business owners to succeed in these difficult times. In n fact, American women are starting about 550 new businesses a day. Women will open more than 200,000 new enterprises this year alone. The rate of startup activity by women leaped 54 percent and an overall business creation growth rate of 37 percent. Studies show that women create more jobs than male owned companies. The California Women's Conference is helping the state create more jobs- by helping women.
For more information, visit http://www.californiawomensconference.com.