3 Workshops Mumpreneurs Should Not Miss at CRIB Summit 2017

Being a mumpreneur is difficult business so it’s great to be able to polish your skills to reach more people and make a bigger impact with your business. That’s why social enterprise CRIB has organised a summit to gather thought leaders in business, entrepreneurship and women’s leadership so that women leaders (from mumpreneurs to working mums) to learn from the best in their field. If you’re a mumpreneur, here’s our pick of workshops that you might want to attend at CRIB Summit 2017.

  1. Social Media for Business — Instagram

Learn how to get the most out of Instagram for your business from the company that owns Instagram, Facebook. The facilitators share examples of how businesses have effectively used Instagram to grow their business. It’s a rare chance to ask the company themselves any burning questions you have on how to maximise awareness to your business on Instagram, given that 74 per cent of Singaporeans use social media regularly.

  1. Scaling Your Business: Dialogue Session

Hear from mummies who have gone beyond Singapore with their business. You’ll glean an understanding of the hurdles that they faced when they first thought of expanding and how they continue to push the boundaries with their business. Perfect if you are looking at how to break into markets outside the little red dot.

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  1. The Craft and Art of a Perfect Pitch

Communicating who you are and what your business does is key to doing well, and this workshop will help you to perfect your elevator speech to share your ideas in a clear and succinct manner that will inspire others to want to be a part of what you are doing. Gain skills in speaking to different audiences and expressing yourself with confidence, passion and integrity.

The CRIB Summit takes place from 11 to 12 March at Capella Hotel. Tickets are priced at S$500 per person, and if you are a Singaporean, you can use your SkillsFuture credit to attend the event for free. Visit cribsummit.com to register or for more information.

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