Networking Social For Christian Entrepreneurs

About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

This networking social is for you if you’re looking for an opportunity to meet other Christian entrepreneurs who are aiming to build on a God-inspired big idea, at the intersection of Faith and business.

We believe that coming together can be encouraging to others who are also on this entrepreneurial journey.

It’s also an essential part of helping to deepen our connections with one another that we don’t want to ignore. Come and draw from the energy of a community devoted to displaying Christ’s love through business, grow together and inspire one another with ideas, wins, and resources, share the burdens of your challenges, and mature through godly counsel.



    • Be on time so you can have sufficient time to make introductions. We’d love for you to get the most out of the experience.
    • Be prepared to tell us your real name, where you’re joining us from, what you’re working on, and how it benefits others.
    • You should be prepared to be on camera; it is a networking event after all and it would be unkind to meet and greet people and not show your face. Kinda weird don’t you think? Our networking socials will be recorded so be camera-ready.
    • You don’t have to sign up every week to attend. You’ll be added to our weekly email invite unless you say otherwise.
    • Conversations vary from month to month but it’s always going to be fun learning.



I’m Alicia Vaz, Clarity Coach to Christian entrepreneurs in the early startup stage. Faith defines who I am: Christ-follower, wife, homeschool mom, entrepreneur, and friend. I encourage entrepreneurs to lay down their will, wants, and ways and choose the Jesus way instead.

Through Daredream, I get to help entrepreneurs who need wise counsel, business coaching, and community support while working on developing a new idea or early-stage existing business.

We support new entrepreneurs with Christ-centered learning experiences, relationships, and resources that position them to address any of the 17 sustainable development goals as defined by the United Nations.


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How to Be a Productivity Ninja

About this event

Overwhelmed? Struggling with constant distractions, information overload and a rapidly changing business environment? Under pressure to juggle productivity and wellbeing? Challenging time ahead? We’re here to help.

Time is not your most precious resource: your attention is. We help you manage attention and focus, projects and actions, as well as choices and habits.

At the end of this session you will have developed an understanding of the systems and techniques set out in Graham Allcott’s ‘How to be a Productivity Ninja’ book.

You’ll reduce stress by eliminating those nagging feelings of doubt, guilt and overload panic, and replace them with a focused, playful, purposeful and productive momentum.

About Hayley Watts, Think Productive:

Hayley helps people who have too much work and not enough time. Hayley is interested in helping organisations and individuals to improve their meetings and meeting cultures. She is an accredited facilitator and loves nothing more than facilitating conversations that help move teams forward. Hayley is an experienced Productivity Ninja, discovering the world of productivity whilst working as a stressed-out CEO she has learnt to implement tools and techniques that will work for anyone whose role gives them some level of autonomy over deciding what they can do next. Hayley has trained thousands of people to help them do the same. Hayley is the Co-Author of ‘How to Fix Meetings’ (shortlistsed for the Business Book of the Year Awards 2022). Hayley is especially interested in habits and how different people can create habits and motivate others to do so too.

Please note:

1. Webinar joining instructions will be sent to you 2 days before the event (with further reminders 2 hours prior to the session and 10mins prior to the session).

2. The webinar will start at 09.30 and run for about 90 minutes.

3. The session may be recorded and shared with people afterwards. If recorded it will be upload it to CIPD channels.

4. The chat function will be used for participants to engage with the webinar, so just be mindful of the login name you use and ensure you are happy for other people to see this.

5. Professional photography and video production may be taking place at the event, and these images and videos may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD.

6. By attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.

7. For security reasons, it is requested that participants join the live session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time and with the same name as registered on Eventbrite as not doing so may cause a delay or non-admittance to the event.

8. If you require us to make reasonable adjustments for you to access and attend this event, please email

Artificial Intelligence Summit

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The AI Summit hosted by LOGYTALKS happening on the 15th of June is a very significant, international business-focused conference that disseminates information on the interface between business and AI technology. This year, we put up a special lineup for the AI Summit 2023: AI professionals will present outstanding case studies and discuss useful AI applications across a range of industries (finance, pharmaceuticals, commerce, manufacturing, and logistics). The conference will bring together specialists from prestigious institutions, start-ups, well-known international businesses, and academia. We’re also getting ready for a networking event. Don’t pass up this fantastic chance to meet creative leaders and hear about the most recent advancements in the area!

👉 Want to showcase your business ?

👉 Want to join as a speaker / attendee ?


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SBA Certifications: 8(a), HUBZone, and WOSB Informational Webinar


During this informational webinar, we review three of the certification programs within Federal contracting – the Woman-Owned Small Business Set-Aside Program, the HUBZone Program, and the 8(a) Business Development Program. For all three programs, we discuss the eligibility criteria; the programmatic benefits for participants; and the process to pursue the certification.

8(a) Business Development Program is a business development program created to help small disadvantaged businesses compete in the American economy and access the federal procurement market.

  • Participants in the 8(a) business development program can receive sole source contracts up to $4 million for goods and services and $7 million for manufacturing.
  • The federal government has a goal of awarding 5% of all dollars for federal prime contracts to 8(a) firms.

SBA’s HUBZone Program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities.

  • 10% price evaluation preference in full and open contract competitions, as well as subcontracting opportunities.
  • The federal government has a goal of awarding 3% of all dollars for federal prime contracts to HUBZone-certified small business concerns.

SBA’s WOSB Program is designed to help more women owned small businesses to win federal contracts by providing a level playing field for WOSBs to compete.

  • The federal government has a goal of awarding 5% of all dollars for federal prime contracts to WOSB firms.
  • The program is a self-certification program through SAM.

Pre-registration is required.

Webinar login instructions will be sent to all registrants 48 hours prior to the webinar.

Contact: Sandra Anguiano, 714.560.7446,

Have questions about SBA Small Business Certifications: 8(a), HUBZone, and WOSB Informational Webinar? Contact SBA Orange County/Inland Empire District Office

2023 Department of Labor Prevailing Wage Seminars

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Welcome to the fourth annual Prevailing Wage Seminar! Participants will have access to pre-recorded trainings on a variety of Davis-Bacon and SCA compliance topics, followed by the opportunity to participate in an overview and Q & A on these topics with DOL subject matter experts. Q & A sessions for Davis-Bacon topics are available on March 8, June 27, and September 13, and SCA Q & A sessions are available on March 9, June 28, and September 14. Participants are welcome to register for both a Davis-Bacon and SCA session, but participants generally do not benefit from registering for more than one session on the same topic, as the material covered is similar. Please make sure the date you select on the EventBrite calendar matches the topic you wish to attend, and select the ticket matching the date and topic of your preference. Also, please be aware that you must register for each date you wish to attend separately, as if you select a date on the Event Calendar and then select a ticket for more than one date, Event Brite only registers you for the single date selected on the Event Calendar. More details, including a link to your registered Q & A session, will be provided after registration.

How To Start A Business For Beginners

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Got a great business idea but don’t have the skills and knowledge to put it into action? You’re in the right place.
How To Start A Business For Beginners is a two-hour session where budding entrepreneurs and those thinking of starting a business or becoming self-employed can gather general information around what they need to think about before they actually start.

When starting out, it is also important to understand the MISTAKES TO AVOID. This workshop will also be highlighting some of the reasons why other businesses have failed.


1. What it means to be an entrepreneur

How to link your strengths to your business

2. Planning and Research

Where to go for help, research, and information

What type of business would suit your company formation and why i.e.: sole trader, partnership and limited company etc.

Basic information regarding tax payable and VAT

3. Marketing your business

Demographics and channels available to your business to maximise exposure

4. Location and logistics

What aspects do you need to consider

5. Business Plans

What to include to give your business the best chance of success.

6. Cash flow forecasts

How to develop your cashflow the lifeblood of your business

7. Financing your business

Where can you access financing, but crucially is that the right option for you.

If you are starting a business or thinking of getting started this is the ideal workshop for you. Please book a slot as places are limited.

To keep up to date with the best business tips and know when the next session join our Facebook group!

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The Writing Hour

About this event

Inspired by the popular sessions run by Linda France as part of her Climate Writing Residency, we’re continuing to open a free and friendly online space for anyone to come and write for an hour.

Dedicating and protecting an hour of time is a simple but powerful way of conquering the empty page. You can come with an open mind and make use of optional writing prompts, or bring your work-in-progress and settle in to focus for an hour, alongside fellow writers of all kinds and experiences.

No one will be asked to share their work – just a sense of solidarity with other writers as we work quietly in each other’s company and carve out a space in our day for writing.

Hosted by New Writing North, the literature development agency for the North of England. Each month we will also provide info about upcoming opportunities and events for writers.

A Zoom-generated transcript and captions will be provided. We encourage people to have their cameras on, though this is optional of course, and mics are to be kept muted to allow for a distraction-free writing environment. A member of NWN staff will be available via chat throughout the session.

Please only book a free ticket if you know you are definitely able to attend that date – there are limited spaces each month, and this will help prevent others from missing out.

Virtual Writing Hour with the National Portrait Gallery

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Join us for a virtual, creative writing hour at the National Portrait Gallery! We’ve set up a virtual space where writers can create, connect, and draw inspiration from the Portrait Gallery’s collection. Bring your own happy hour beverage of choice and write with us. We will provide writing prompts, and you are also welcome to bring your own writing project-in-progress. We will write for about 30 minutes and end each session with a brief discussion or reading.

The Zoom link for the writing hour will be emailed to registered participants 12-24 hours in advance of the program. The email will come from Eventbrite. Please only register for yourself. We will only be allowing participants into the meeting if their name (and email address) is on the registration list.

The Portrait Gallery strives to provide programs that are accessible to all visitors. If you have questions about the accessibility of this program, or if you would like to request real-time captioning (CART), sign language interpretation, or any other accommodations, please contact Vanessa Jones at Two weeks advance notice is appreciated for requesting accommodations.

In order to register and participate in this program, you must be 18 or older, or be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

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Analysis skills for all civil servants

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This event will be designed for all civil servants who work outside of analysis, but who wish to develop their analytical skills and knowledge.

Most civil servants use analytical skills often, both at home and at work – whether this be in comparing and interpreting data, creating graphs and narrative about data, or in working alongside analysts on major projects.

The session is intended to provide an overview of the support and resources that the Analysis Function provides to support all civil servants to feel more confident and to make a greater impact in this area.

This Analysis in Government Month 23 (AIG Month 23) event is brought to you by the Analysis Function in collaboration with the Government Skills and Curriculum Unit.

2023 Erlanger Trauma Symposium

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The 2023 Erlanger Trauma Symposium is open for registration! Erlanger Health System is committed to providing high quality continuing education for healthcare professionals who care for trauma patients from first response through rehabilitation.

Physicians, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, nurses, and all ancillary staff who care for trauma patients will find this Symposium meets their education needs. The complete agenda is posted at Lectures include:

  1. Trauma Nursing: 25 Years of Red Shirt History / Courtney Gross RN & Jill Pitts RN, Erlanger Trauma Services
  2. Traumatic CT Findings: A Pictorial Collection / Trent Willingham MD, Tennessee Interventional and Imaging Associates
  3. The Night Shift Scaries / William Hunt MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Surgery
  4. Trauma Triage in a Warzone / Frederick Barton, FNP-C, Sound Physicians
  5. KEYNOTE: Street Drugs in 2023 / Sullivan Smith MD, Putnam County EMS
  6. Pediatric Trauma Case Report / AJ Davis BSN, RN, CFRN, CEN, TCRN, PHRN, NREMT & Matt Vaughn NRP, CCP, FP-C, Erlanger Health System; Curt Koontz, MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Surgery
  7. Blunt Traumatic Aortic Transection / Kyle Staton MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Surgery
  8. Pediatric Gun Violence and Mental Health Implications / S. Dave Bhattacharya MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Surgery
  9. Ballistic Wounds / Todd Thurston MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Plastic Surgery
  10. Promoting a Successful Transition to Rehab after a Spinal Cord Injury / Tara Grimes OTR/L, Shepherd Center
  11. Obstetric Cardiac Arrest / Fred Bossert MD, UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Erlanger’s Trauma Services is proud to bring free continuing education to the heroes of health care. We hope you can join us virtually May 19, 2023.

Registrants will be sent a Zoom invite from Erlanger Health System one week prior to the Symposium. Questions? Contact Pat at 423/757-0824.