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Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs (MAFE) is proud to announce Suzanne EvansFounder of Driven Inc., as the keynote speaker for the annual Women Entrepreneurs Conference taking place virtually on November 13, 2021, in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Suzanne Evans

Suzanne Evans, NY Times Best Selling Author, to Keynote the Women Entrepreneurs Conference Hosted by the Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs
Suzanne Evans

Suzanne Evans is a mom, wife, sister, entrepreneur, and risk-taker from North Carolina. She is a NY Times Best Selling Author and Founder of Driven Inc., a consulting company that helps entrepreneurs build their brands while making a lasting impact.

Evans is known as the “tell-it-like-is” no fluff boss of business building. Her work blends business, strategy, lifestyle, and storytelling in a way that allows people to build businesses that shape the world to be a better place.

“Here’s the truth – Contentment was a business killer long before Coronavirus. The Women Entrepreneurs Conference is the antidote. Join me and other brilliant businesswomen for a day packed with resources to make 2022 your best yet.” – Suzanne Evans

During her keynote presentation, Evans will share how she went from secretary to multi-seven-figure business owner in just three years!

The Women Entrepreneurs Conference

The Women Entrepreneurs Conference is the premier conference for women entrepreneurs. The event features a jam-packed day of keynote presentationspower talks from inspiring thought leaders, engaging breakout sessions and panel discussions with extraordinary entrepreneurs, quality networkingvirtual exhibit booths, and the Female Entrepreneur of the Year award presentation. The theme for this year’s event is Thriving in the New Normal.

“We are excited to provide a forum where women entrepreneurs can come together to learn, grow, and connect,” said Tonya McNeal-Weary, Founder and Executive Director of MAFE. “Our mission is to provide women entrepreneurs with the tools, resources, knowledge, and connections needed to build and grow successful businesses,” McNeal-Weary added.

This premier event will unite women business owners and entrepreneurs in the region and showcase their achievements. Female entrepreneurs – whether budding or experienced – will have a unique opportunity to expand their professional network, draw on the experience and know-how of successful entrepreneurs, and learn what it takes to stay thriving in today’s complex business world.

The 2021 Women Entrepreneurs Conference is sponsored by Driven Inc. and is an official Global Entrepreneurship Week event. For more information and to register, visit www.mafedetroit.org.

About MAFE

Founded in 2003, Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs (MAFE) is an award-winning nonprofit organization committed to supporting and promoting the economic growth and advancement of women entrepreneurs in Michigan. MAFE allows women entrepreneurs the opportunity to expand their influence and increase their visibility by providing a forum where businesswomen can unite, network, and leverage best practices within an organization of their peers.

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About Global Entrepreneurship Week

Led by the Global Entrepreneurship Network, Global Entrepreneurship Week is a global campaign to celebrate and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community around the world – especially those individuals who face structural barriers to starting and scaling a business. Each November, national campaigns in 180+ countries are driven by local event organizers who plan activities, competitions, and events that inspire entrepreneurs to act and provide them with the knowledge, experience, and connections they need to succeed.

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