Attend MOVEE 2019, Marietta Ohio, Mid-Ohio Entrepreneurial Expo Come to MOVEE on September 26!

Come be inspired! Better than youtube! 

MOVEE – Mid Ohio Valley Entrepreneurship Expo

Entrepreneur? Wannabe entrepreneur? Not one, but would love to be inspired by hearing cool ideas and exciting stories of people who are? 

After speaking to some of the presenters, I am awed by the opportunities to learn from successful entrepreneurs who have rich and varied life experiences that led them to work in unique and fascinating ways.

Save the Date! September 26, 2019! Right around the corner! 

We are going to post a series of articles that will help you decide if MOVEE is something that would interest and benefit you. Since it is just one day, once a year, local, and very inexpensive/affordable, it seems a shame to miss out! If I wanted to attend a Dan Kennedy event, I’d have to travel, pay for lodging, and probably pay from $1,000 to $10,000 for the privilege. And likely he would be the only one speaking. I have been to writer’s conferences for $1200 a pop before.

So what is $30? And this event is as valuable, if not MORE, than conferences where we attend and it is half a commercial for another super expensive product, event or “club” with a hefty monthly fee!

I will try to make these brief so you can fit the read in your busy schedule.

You can also check out the program on the MOVEE page. The articles coming will give you a little more of a taste of the presenters’ personalities than the program – I hope!

Just a quick peek for now — The keynote speaker is a Shark Tank winner and Tedx Speaker. Take a look:

 

Grab your MOVEE ticket!

See you at MOVEE!  ~ Christiane Marshall

Got questions? Please ask! 

Win a $200 Amazon Gift Card — Deadline September 10!

More articles about MOVEE 2019:

You Care About the Economic Growth of the Mid Ohio Valley — Here’s How You Can Help

Want to start a business but don’t know where to begin?

Want to start a business but don’t know where to begin?

You Care About the Economic Growth of the Mid Ohio Valley — Here’s How You Can Help