How to Put a Women's Conference Together

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How to Put a Women's Conference Together
Women's conferences shoould be goal-specific and educational. (Chairs in conference room image by Bartlomiej Nowak from

When planning a women's conference, you want to have a specific focus. If the conference is about women and entrepreneurship, you should design seminars such as legal rights, understanding business contracts, finding the target customer base and writing effective business plans. The women's conference should also be a fun experience, so be sure to include entertainment and snacks for guests.

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    Invite a variety of guests. Seek local guest speakers to give the conference a local angle. If your conference is about women in higher education and how to advance in this career, invite university professors and female college department deans. Also look for guest speakers who are both newcomers and veterans of public speaking.

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    Choose topics that many women can relate to. For example, you can plan a conference that helps mothers balance work and family. Or you could have a conference that helps single women prepare for marriage by choosing partners wisely and loving themselves.

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    Seek sponsors who may support your conference's mission. If you're planning a week-long conference on women and health care coverage, you can contact non-profit wellness groups in the community, local clinics and social service agencies for sponsorship requests.

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