As the president and owner of HV Shred, I am honored to be a part of The Women’s Enterprise Development Center, Mid-Hudson Valley (WEDC-MHV) “The Road to Growth: Scale Your Business. Up Your Game.” The Thursday, March 27th conference will provide future and current business owners the opportunity to gain valuable information about how to grow their businesses in the current economic environment.
The keynote speaker for the conference, Willie. C. Taylor, Regional Director of the U.S. Economic Development Administration, will address the critical importance of small business as a key to economic development and growth in the region. The day will also include workshops for small businesses with guidance on how to grow their businesses and access capital.
Our main involvement is as part of a round table of successful Hudson Valley business owners, moderated by Tom Sipos, host of Hudson Valley Live Radio on critical issues affecting small business. Panelists are: Frank Campagna, President, ColorPage Marketing and Publishing; Judith Papo, President, HV Shred, Inc.; Lou Paradise, President and CEO, Topical Biomedics, Inc.; and, Kimberley Williams, Senior Vice President, Williams Lumber & Home Centers.
To register, email Laurie Rich, WEDC-MHV Program Manager at Lrich@wedcbiz.org or call 845-575-3438.
The Women’s Enterprise Development Center, Mid-Hudson Valley (WEDC-MHV) is the premier small business training center in the Hudson Valley focusing on equal opportunity for employment and business ownership for both men and women entrepreneurs. All are welcome to take advantage of WEDC-MHV’s affordable, high-quality business training, advisory services, disaster recovery consulting, and access to capital, so every entrepreneur can be empowered to build successful businesses and contribute to the local economy. The WEDC serves the counties of Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Sullivan, Putnam, Westchester and Rockland in New York State. For more information please visit wedcbiz.org.
For more information about HV Shred and our involvement in the community, please visit www.hvshred.com