Monday, July 4, 2022

Free Women’s Entrepreneur Workshop at the Southlake Public Library

Boost Your Woman-Owned Business with the TWU Center for Women Entrepreneurs’ Free Seminar and Workshop at Southlake Public Library.

Tracy Irby, from the TWU Center for Women Entrepreneurs, will host a free seminar and workshop on Wednesday, March 23 at 1 p.m. on the third floor of Southlake Town Hall.

Ms. Irby will talk about the services the Center for Women Entrepreneurs offers, including:

  • Small Business Advising
  • Funding – Grant Programs
  • Networking & Training Events
  • Incubator Programs

Irby will also discuss startup basics from the list provided below:

  • Business Planning
  • Naming Your Business
  • Business Registrations
  • Home office/Co-working space/brick & mortar
  • Funding
  • Employee or Contract Labor
  • Marketing

No registration is required for this program. Questions about the event can be directed to Southlake Public Library at 817-748-8243. Discover more about the TWU Center for Women Entrepreneurs and their business grant program.

About the Speaker:

Tracy Irby has a passion for entrepreneurship. She helped create the small business-advising program for the Center for Women Entrepreneurs after working 6 years as a business advisor in the SBDC network. She has been a serial entrepreneur for 25-plus years and owned one of the first Sears Hometown Dealer Stores, a gym, a bounce house rental business, an online self-defense business, in addition to being a licensed insurance agent and property investor.

She has an MBA & BBA in marketing from Texas A&M University-Commerce. She is a graduate of the OU Economic Development Institute and holds an Economic Development Finance Certification from the National Development Council.