Preble County To Be Home Of New WiBN Hot Topics Koffee Talk

  
     
July 14, 2014

DAYTON, OHIO, July 14, 2014 - Women in Business Networking (WiBN), a program of your Better Business Bureau serving Dayton/Miami Valley, will be bringing its Hot Topics Koffee Talks to Preble County. The initial Koffee Talk will be August 1 at REFLECTIONS@pmg from 8-9:30 a.m. and will be held the first Friday of every month in the future. Cost is free for attendees. Pastries and coffee will be provided.

Eaton native, Lil Robinette, Lifestyle For Life, will be speaking on August 1. When explaining her upcoming presentation, she says, “I give presentations on issues concerning longevity. My discussion will be a look at The Mediterranean Lifestyle and how it affects “The Heart of the Matter.”

WiBN’s Hot Topics Koffee Talks offer relaxed, intimate and comfortable opportunities to meet women in business and exchange ideas during roundtable discussions. At each event, the Koffee Talk facilitator presents a featured topic to get the discussion going and attendees take it from there. Koffee Talks create opportunities for women to do business the old-fashioned way: face-to-face by forming relationships to support one another.

To register for this event, visit www.wibn.org.

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