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How Effective is Your Elevator Pitch? Believe, Inspire, Grow to Host Business Workshop

Ridgefield resident Amy Polacko is an Executive Regional Vice President with Arbonne International, leader of the Ridgefield B.I.G. pod.
Ridgefield resident Amy Polacko is an Executive Regional Vice President with Arbonne International, leader of the Ridgefield B.I.G. pod.

Believe, Inspire, Grow (B.I.G.) Ridgefield will host a Guppy Tank workshop for women in business at Sagi Cucina Italiana , 23 ½ Catoonah Street at noon on Wednesday, February 5th.

This Guppy Tank workshop will invite each person to give their "business pitch" to the group. Then, everyone in the audience will give anonymous, constructive, written feedback on each presenter's effectiveness. “We did this once before and it was amazing so we are doing it again by request!” says pod founder Amy Polacko.

The meeting is open to women in all stages of their careers and the $15 lunch is optional.

Founded by Ridgefield resident Amy Polacko, Executive Regional Vice President with Arbonne International, in 2012 and currently co-led by Ridgefield native Kate Denoyer Fitzpatrick, CEO and Founder of Kate Fitzpatrick Consulting, the pod is a thriving resource for women in business; it meets once each month to feature speakers and workshops on a variety of topics.

For more information on membership please contact Ms. Fitzpatrick at kkdfconsulting@gmail.com.

About B.I.G. (Believe, Inspire, Grow):

B.I.G. is a rapidly growing business support, education and networking organization for women.  We are a growing community of intelligent, creative and entrepreneurial women who want to share our business ideas and build upon our dreams.  Those dreams require the right environment to flourish.  B.I.G. offers precisely this forum with face-to-face guidance and support with local community POD meetings as well as an interactive, informative website.  The organization boasts over 1,000 members in more than 40 communities in 5 states.

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