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Women Empowering Women in Watertown

The Women Empowering Women NOW Watertown Chapter will hold its next meeting September 25 at 6pm. WEW will be recognizing three local women entrepreneurs in its first WEW Entrepreneurial Awards competition. Awards will be presented in three categories: solopreneur, mompreneur and grandmapreneur. The Watertown chapter meets the last Wednesday of every month.

The organization also runs the Girl Boss Leads Group, a woman-only leads group with the sole purpose of passing on referrals and qualified leads, helping to build connections that go far beyond the allotted meeting time. The GB Leads group meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at noon.

WEW Now is a growing community of women entrepreneurs who are stepping outside the box and making their dreams come true. Chapters are currently opening in Winsted and New Haven, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and California. The organization was founded by Doreen Dilger, certified business and life coach and author, with a mission to educate, support and empower women by offering networking, leads groups, certification programs, mastermind groups, online inner circle memberships, business coaching, life coaching, workshops and challenges.

“If you are a women entrepreneur who is thinking about starting a business, wanting to hit six figures or somewhere in between, then I am sure there is a program that will fit your needs,” says Dilger.

For more information about programs, certifications and other offerings, visit WomenEmpoweringWomenNOW.com. To find details on the upcoming events for the local chapter, visit the Facebook Event page at Facebook.com/WomenEmpowering
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