CWCC’s monthly luncheons provide a unique mentoring forum where entrepreneurial women leaders share their best leadership practices and key strengths to succeed in business. These inspirational success stories, coupled with opportunities to build business relationships, provide vital leadership and business development.
These well-attended luncheons are full of energy, and the networking is amazing! Expect to be impressed by an engaging speaker as well as all of the warm and accomplished attendees you’ll meet throughout the event.
Luncheons are $38.00 for Non-Members. Pre-paid members come at a rate of $28.00. The member at-the-door rate is $38.00. To guarantee a seat you will need to pre-register and pre-pay. Members begin arriving to the lunch around 11 a.m., and the program begins at 11:50 a.m. The lunch will end by 1:00.
Monthly Luncheons are open to members and non-members. To search for upcoming luncheons in the events calendar, click here.
What attendees are saying:
"I enjoyed the event very much and will definitely check out more events and perhaps membership. I thought the speaker was hilarious. I liked the supportive (not competitive) feel of the room and thought it was remarkable how easily these high-power, professional women mingle. You don’t see that at events with a lot of men. At least I don’t. I also like the message of women supporting women. I came home with 14 business cards and several have “to do” items where I can share some information with someone I met. I like that kind of information exchange. I believe it all goes around and if I help others where I can, they’ll help me when I need it." -Barbara Osgood-Hartness, 07/2012
"I moved to Denver about a year ago knowing very few people and eventually figured out that networking would be my best bet at finding a job. I learned about the luncheon from meetup.com and was excited about who the keynote speaker would be, Diana Mead, since I had heard of the company she’s president of, Allonhill; so I decided to attend with the purpose of introducing myself to her. When I first arrived at the event, I was impressed by the organization and facilitation of networking amongst the 90 women who had attended. I met lots of women from all different backgrounds and had the opportunity to learn about many different career experiences. By the end of the event, I got to meet Diana, told her how much I was impressed by her speech (which I was!), and that I was looking for a job. She told me to send her my resume, and a few weeks later I got an interview." -Jessica Owens, 07/2011