Private Reception & Conversation With Cynthia Cooper-Dyke

Please join us for a
Private Reception and Conversation
with Cynthia Cooper-Dyke
Thursday, October 8, 2009
5:30p.m.–8:00p.m.
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, New York 10577
Featuring
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Four-time WNBA Champion and Breast Cancer Research Advocate
Hosted by
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Purchase, New York
Sponsored by
The Hartford
RSVP by October 1st to
MSSB.NBD.Events@morganstanley.com or (914) 225-8305
Please join MorganStanley Smith Barney for a
Private Reception and Conversation
with Cynthia Cooper-Dyke
Thursday, October 8, 2009
5:30p.m.–8:00p.m.
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase College, State University of New York
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, New York 10577
Featuring
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Four-time WNBA Champion and Breast Cancer Research Advocate
Hosted by
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Purchase, New York
Sponsored by
The Hartford
RSVP to sandra.richards@morganstanley.com
or (914) 225-8305

GW Monthly Networking Event 9.29

GW Monthly (Networking with A Purpose)

& Phenomenal Women Partner Business Series

Tuesday,September 29, 2009

The purpose of GW Monthly Networking Event is build meaningful and powerful relationships which have a profound impact on economic development for all attendees.

GW Monthly Networking goal is for attendees to get to know, like and trust one another, thereby increasing the number of quality business transactions among the group.

Location: Dallas BBQ 27 West 72nd Street, New York, NY 10023

Time: 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Lower Level

Admission $20.00

$25.00 at Door

Register here

Meal Included: Half Rotisserie Chicken Served with Corn Bread, Yellow Rice, Cole Slaw.

Drinks Not Included.

Entire Group Must be ordering from Group Rate Menu

We would like to welcome our newest member Alison Pena, Numis Network  and Bert Gives, Jr., Legacy Realty Corp.

Guest Speaker: James Nemley

Topic: “The Three Laws of Marketing Physics”!

“If you always do what you always did, you’ll always get what you always got.”

James Nemly is a Licensed Professional Business Coach with the Professional Business Coaches Alliance, Inc. He is also a Certified Business Planning Trainer, a Certified Financial Literacy Trainer, Certified Marketing Administrator and Certified Facilitator for the Ewing Marion Kaufman Foundation’s FastTrac Programs. He is also a Certified Economic Development Professional. Jim served on the faculty of C.W. Post, Long Island University, as a business planning trainer and Co-Coordinator of Corporate Training.

As Chief Coach of The Better Business Builders, he believes in motivating, training, educating and getting to those “reticular activators” that shape both behavior and action.

TESTIMONIALS

“I really enjoyed the GW Monthly Networking event, it was insightful, informative and most importantly I got to network with many professionals. This event was awesome.”

– Lucia Lucia Bennett, Mary Kay Consultant

“I love the GW Monthly Networking Event, there are so many successful and powerful men and women that attend who actually want to share resources and empower others. This network is a wonderful addition to my Empire Builders Wealth Alliance that I have formed.”

-Jacqueline Wilson

SAVE THE DATE – December 10, 2009

GW Network Annual Christmas Party and

Corporate Partner Awards

To View GW Network July 2009 Newsletter click here http://tinyurl.com/nu399b

Limited Seating RSVP A Must!   No Exceptions.

To RSVP Via Telephone Contact: 1.888.340.3409

Phil Andrews philandrews2001@yahoo.com

Georgia Woodbine georgiawoodbine@yahoo.com

You can now follow us on twitter at www.twitter.com/gwnetwork

About Phenomenal Women

The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc.(TPWG) is an organization of African American Women, who have a high moral character. Strong motivation and a undying spirit to climb and reach the heights.

Michelle Mitchell is the National Director of the Phenomenal Women Network and has worked as an officer in the Long Beach Branch NAACP back in 2003 and currently has active memberships in, The New York Urban League Young Professionals, National Council of Negro Women, and The Order of Eastern Star , The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. , Black Data Processing Associates, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).

About Hosts:

Phil Andrews, Master Networker has lectured throughout New York State at various colleges and universities. He was the Vice President and Marketing Director of the Haircut Hut franchise for over a decade. He is also featured in a book published by, Mr. Robert H. Adams entitled, 15 years of Minority Business Development. Currently, he is the Public Relations Director for Hempstead Horn Newspaper, African Atlantic Genealogical Association, and 100 Black Men of Long Island. Mr. Andrews is a current member of the Caribbean- American Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc., Former Chairman of Public Relations for The United Black Men of Queens, Inc., and member of the New York Association of Black Journalist, National Black Public Relations Society of New York, and Urban League of Long Island Young Professionals.
In October of 1995, Mr. Andrews was presented the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce/Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year Award.
In 1998, he was presented with the Nassau Council of Chambers/West Indian Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year Award. He has also received a citation from the 18th Assembly District of Long Island New York, Assemblywomen Earlene Hooper Hill. In 2005 Mr. Andrews received a Proclamation for Outstanding Service to New York’s 10th Congressional District presented by Congressman Ed Towns. Mr. Andrews has received Proclamations from former Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gullotta, and former Town of Hempstead Supervisor Mr. Richard Guardino. In December 2005 Mr. Andrews was inducted into the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. as a Member Visionary.
Phil has served the community in multiple ways. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce, Roosevelt Kiwanis, 100 Black Men of Long Island, and the West Indian Chamber of Commerce as the Public Relation Director. Mr. Andrews currently runs a business network named the “Power Networking Business Seminar Series”. As a certified mentor, he is looking forward to mentoring more young men as well as continuing to work and serve communities.  Mr. Andrews was featured in the NY Report Magazine as one of the Top Networking Organizers in the NYC metropolitian area.

Georgia Woodbine, Products That Move You – Sparking an inspirational phenomenon wherever she goes, national bestselling author/motivational speaker/life coach – Georgia Woodbine shares her experiences, secrets to success and strategies from the entertainment industry that transitioned into her successful publishing company.

Ms. Woodbine is author of National Best Selling book “How To Make Big Bucks Without Selling Your Soul”, Jewels of Inspiration and Reflections: The Journey of Life, How To Choose Your Career Path,  and has produced life changing audio CD’s “Make it Happen” and DVD’s “Live By Your Design” and Fight For Your Life: How To Stimulate Your Own Personal Economy as well as other motivational/informational products that empower many in communities worldwide.

Ms. Woodbine is one of the world’s leading authorities in personal, business and spiritual development.  Ms. Woodbine has appeared 98.7 Kiss FM Wake Up Club, Conversations With Mayor Ernest D. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, New York, Air America Radio, 93.5FM, 90.3FM – other credits include, Mt. Vernon Inquirer, Star Ledger Newspaper, Hempstead Times, Black Star News, International Epoch Times, Harlem Business Magazine,  Roll Out Magazine, New York Trend Magazine, and many others.  She has also been listed as one of the top ten books in 2006 by the #1 book club in the country.

She has been invited as a guest speaker at The Learning Annex in NYC, Time Warner, Georgian Court University, Stony Brook University, Rutgers University, Howard University, Medgar Evers College, as well as a long list of other network organizations and churches, just to name a few. She has also served as fellow panelist with other well renowned speakers such as: Dr. Dennis Kimbro, Dr. Farrah Gray and Terrie Williams.

Her credentials include 15 years of entrepreneurial business success as well as an extensive marketing background. She worked in the entertainment industry with over ten years of experience working for a variety of companies such as; Def Jam, PolyGram, WNYU Radio, WQHT-Hot 97, Black Enterprise Magazine, and the Apollo Theatre, where she honed her management, promotions, and marketing skills.

SuperNodes First Monday @ B. Smith’s 10/5

Autumn is here and the SuperNodes crew is kicking off the season at B. Smith’s on Monday October 5th.

There is no cover and there will be drink specials all night.

Monday, October 5, 6-9:30pm

B. Smith’s NYC

320 West 46th Street

To become an official SuperNode, please sign up here.

Supernodes is @supernodes, @bondgyrl, @lionelane, @showboat92, @raquelrsanchez, @mrroarke

supernodes.ning.com

bsmith.com

Sign Up For Brand ReInvention Summit 10/1-2

TAKE YOUR BRAND FROM BLAH TO ZING!
Is Your BRAND Doing Everything
You Want (and Need) It To Do?
* Is your business as visible, credible, PROFITABLE as it could be?
* Is it time to step it up and get to the next level of your BRAND POTENTIAL?
* Does your brand reflect your PASSION and ‘knock-your-socks-off’ energy?
* Are you craving inspiration and want to have MORE FUN expressing yourself?
* Are you packaging YOU and your big ideas into a wildly irresistible brand?

For more information on the Summit, the Speakers and to sign up go here
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Brought to you by Mary van de Wiel
ZingYourBrand.com
MaryvandeWiel.com

A New York-based brand guru, visual thinker, design visionary and serial entrepreneur, Van helps startup CEOs and small business owners rethink, revitalize and repackage their brands so they show up, stand out, stake out their territory – and impact their bottom line – in ways they’d never thought possible.
With a global perspective, she’s infused the industry with her signature style and innovative thinking: She knows what makes brands tick, favors bold and provocative messaging and tends to break the rules when it comes to helping entrepreneurs live out loud in their brands – and in their business.

As Founder and Brand Analyst of A New Brand Landscape & Co., Van recently launched an offshoot called Zing Your Brand which is all about discovering your irresistible ‘zing factor’ – that creative spark at the very core of every entrepreneur – embedding it in your brand, and then building your entire business around it.

As Founder, CEO and Executive Creative Director of an award-winning branding and communication design agency (1991-2005) with offices in New York and Sydney, Australia, Van consulted on branding campaigns, design culture and advertising for Fortune 500 clients across four continents – US, China, Australia and Europe.

In 1997, she initiated her agency’s global start-up division where she led the national strategic brand campaigns for the launch of People Magazine in Australia, the Macau International Airport in China and the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
Other agency clients included Conde Nast Magazines, American Airlines, Sony, Coty, Hearst Magazines, Imax Cinema, Federal Airports Corporation, The Museum of Modern Art, NY, Seven Network, Sydney Opera House, Sydney International Airport, Time Inc., Zurich Group and News Corporation. Check out Van’s global brand campaigns at maryvandewiel.com

Best known for her global marketing expertise in brand communication, storytelling and image development, Van’s creative insights, peripheral vision and passion are exactly what entrepreneurs crave to make their brand dreams come true – particularly when it comes to landing a coveted spot on the 21C new brand landscape.

Networking Blind Items 9.16

Networking stories I heard in the past few weeks:

“A colleague of mine started consulting at a nonprofit.  On his first day, he called to introduce me to one of his new associates there because they were planning a talent show.  He knew I had entertainment contacts.  Two of my friends became judges and one of them was allowed to do a comedy bit at the show.  Soon after, that comedian went from friend to client.”

“I was looking to hire salespeople for my company.  I let all my friends know via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter.  Also had a press release.  A networking buddy of mine posted the release on Digg, which I never use.  A great applicant suddenly appeared and we were off and running.”

Remember, networking is not this complicated science.  You just have to be willing to go out and meet folks, be  willing to make introductions, and be willing to do for others.  Everyday small biz owners and entrepreneurs have similar stories; it’s not just the Donald Trumps and the Warren Buffetts of the world parlaying their connections to make things happen.  They may be the only ones we read about in the mainstream media.