Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
The Houston Latina Bloggers have partnered up with the Business Advancement Conference to bring you an amazing conference full of developmental growth and business networking with great business people right here in Houston.
This conference is for entrepreneurs, small businesses, medium-sized businesses, bloggers, business-oriented individuals, career-driven individuals trying to take their brand to the next level and college students looking to brand themselves for their perfect career. This conference will help you take your business and brand to the next level with its workshop-style format. At the Business Advancement Conference (BAC) we will educate, elevate, empower and excite entrepreneurs, bloggers, business-oriented individuals, and strong career-minded individuals about their business/brand!!
I had the pleasure of meeting Kiersten Kindred, the creator of BAC and CEO of Kindred Communications, at our first Houston Latina Bloggers mentorship program a few weeks ago and she truly is an amazing and inspiring individual. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Sam Houston State University, graduating with honors as magna cum laude with a major in Mass Communication and minor in History. Kindred Communications, is a full service communications/media firm specialized in communications, marketing, branding, entertainment, community engagement, consulting, career services and media relations for individuals, small and medium-sized businesses. She's been featured in national publications such as Cosmopolitan Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, InTouch Weekly, Life & Style Magazine, and had her own weekly entertainment column in the Fort Bend Herald Newspaper. Kiersten is also a Public Speaker and Author of the comprehensive marketing book, Five Steps to Marketing Success: A Small Business Guide. She specializes in communications, media, marketing and defining brands.
Kiersten created The Business Advancement Conference, to assist businesses and individuals take their brand to the next level. The workshop-style/interactive conference will be a one-of-kind event and because of the diversity we have in Houston is one of the best places to do this in. You can reach Kiersten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early bird tickets for this conference are $59.95 and the deadline is Monday the 15th. Buy yours now or get them at the regular price of $100. Get your tickets at the official BAC website here. Visit this page to check out the mentors for this event, three of which are the Houston Latina Bloggers (Connie, Jihane and me), and I bet you'll see some other familiar faces there too!
For more information on this conference and the agenda, please visit the official BAC website here and check the official BAC hashtag, #BACHou16 on social media.