Women In Business: Experience to Inspire – Created by Tadpole Marketing in partnership with Stanton & Company
This highly anticipated event is designed to inspire individuals through the contributions of influential women in sports marketing. The unique format includes a networking reception, a panel of experts and through our round-table discussions, allows attendees to get face-time with the panelists instead of being a number in a crowd.
January 13, 2010
Red Bull HQ
Santa Monica CA
Join for a Special Evening celebrating women in sports marketing. Our panel includes:
- Laura Gentile: VP, Office of the President, ESPN
- Jessica Mendoza: President Women Sports Foundation
- Mary O’Connor: Director of Olympic Marketing at the Marketing Arm
- Julie Solwald: VP of Sports Marketing for Paul Mitchell
- Amy Stanton: Founder and CEO at Stanton & Co
- Diane Thibert: Global Director of PR for Oakley
This year they have added a live musical performance aspect to our Networking Hour. Chicago-based Daphne Willis opens up the night with an acoustic set.
$30 per-registration, $40 at the door
Students $15 pre-registration, $25 at the door
Space is limited–register today! www.wib.tadpolemarketing.com
Food and beverages included in ticket price…and proceeds to benefit Women’s Sports Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the lives of girls and women through sport and physical activity
Tadpole is a 100% women owned marketing and consulting company that specializes in Project Management, Event Marketing and Consulting. We are creative experts on how to impact any given target market. We are passionate about empowering fellow women in business and empowering women to succeed in the business place.
WHAT’S STANTON & COMPANY
Stanton & Company LLC represents both athletes and brands. We develop, execute and evaluate strategic marketing and communications programs, sports and special events, sponsorship opportunities, public/media relations programs, Olympic activation, and branded content ideas to promote our athletes and our brands.