Hey there,

 

Maven On a Mission ia hosting a Work At Home Mom Virtual Business Expo on August 24-25 from 10am-5pm PST. The event is free to attend.

 

Currently I have a number of momprenuers presenting on everything from balancing life as a work at home mom, and creating a harmonious life in the midst of choas to forum marketing, branding, as well as a few other topics.

 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, I have a few vendors spaces available.

 

What's required of a vendor?

30 minute live webinar (software provided by me) with 15 minutes of Q&A 

A bio to be placed on the official website

A 30-60 video introducing yourself and your topic (optional)

 

What does a vendor receive?

Free advertising and promotion of their business

A recording of the live broadcast

A report of all who registered for their event (including no shows) to be used in their personal list

Entry into the affiliate program for a chance to generate extra income by promoting the conference replay. (50% payout)

 

More information can be found on the official website http://mombusinessexpo.com 

 

Contact me directly for inquires about specific presentation times 916-672-1907. 

 

Looking forward to hearing from you =)

 

 

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