Please join us May 31st from 1 to 4pm and June 1st from 12 to 3:30pm at this lovely spanish charmer in Belmont Heights. It has just been reduced to $735,000; best value in the area!
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We are pleased to announce that Noelle Longmeyer, Director of The Longmeyer Team at Keller Williams Pacific Estates was one of the 29 graduates from the first all-women business cohort in the Los Angeles area supported by the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program and the Tory Burch Foundation!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 19, 2014
Associate Director, Public Relations/Marketing
UNIQUE BUSINESS PROGRAM GRADUATES ALL‐WOMEN COHORT
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Trains Local Women Entrepreneurs
With Support From Goldman Sachs and the Tory Burch Foundation
LONG BEACH, California – The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Southern California
Region program, hosted by Long Beach City College (LBCC), graduated its first cohort of women
entrepreneurs in collaboration with the Tory Burch Foundation on Saturday at the Los Angeles
City College Van de Kamp Campus.
Twenty‐nine women business owners, selected from across the Los Angeles region, took part in
the four‐month practical business and management education program held at Los Angeles City
College. The curriculum included financial accountability, leadership in the workplace, the art of
negotiating, legal considerations, marketing and sales, human resources, employment practices
and formalizing a five‐year growth plan.
“This is a rigorous program with tremendous benefits for women business owners resulting in
positive strategic growth for their respective companies and the ability to impact the local
economy through job creation,” said Vivian Shimoyama, Regional Executive Director of the
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. “We are also pleased to have worked with
Goldman Sachs and the Tory Burch Foundation to present this unique cohort experience to the
women business owners of the greater Los Angeles area.”
The program also included one‐on‐one advising from business professionals who helped
participants develop a strategic and tailored plan for growth, technical support and alumni
Tory Burch Foundation President Bari Mattes said: “Our goal is to dramatically increase
entrepreneurial education opportunities for women entrepreneurs in the U.S. Women
entrepreneurs need and deserve equal opportunities to access education, capital and
mentoring so they can build sustainable businesses, which will help them support their families
and strengthen their communities by creating jobs.”
Enjoy some light appetizers and wine and experience…See More — at 4327 E. Colorado St, Long Beach, CA 90814.
Wishing you and yours a healthy, happy New Year in 2014!
The Longmeyer Team