Award-winning Charlotte author Chia-Li Chien to present at the Urban Rebound Competition and Conference on Oct. 29, 2012
by Chia-Li Chien | Oct. 23, 2012
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CHARLOTTE – Chia-Li Chien, successful business owner and award-winning author and columnist, will present to participants in Business Building Workshops at the Urban Rebound Competition and Conference on Monday, October 29, at the Westin Charlotte in Uptown Charlotte (601 South College Street).
Chien is one of five presenters at the conference, which is sponsored and hosted by the Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence, Inc.
The Urban Rebound Competition and Conference is designed to assist women entrepreneurs to:
- LEARN from nationally renowned small business experts with marketing, finance and management tools you can use now to position business for success;
- MEET women who have built their ideas into million dollar successes as they share their insights on how to get growing;
- PITCH their business for a chance at a spot in Count Me In’s Business Accelerator Program, designed to help business owners reach $250,000 in revenues within 18-36 months; and
- CONNECT with motivated women entrepreneurs from the greater Charlotte area and all over the country in a variety of sectors – women ready to grow and support each other in next steps toward success!
Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence, Inc. (www.countmein.org) is a leading 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women grow their micro business into million dollar enterprises.
Chien has recently released her second book, Work Toward Reward. The book is available on Amazon.com at http://amzn.to/QVoBTs.
Work Toward Reward guides small business owners toward gaining more value for their business by
- Answering many of the questions small business owners have in terms of how to build equity value in the company without sacrificing the quality of their financial independence;
- Serving as a comprehensive guide to assist business owners in making strategic decisions to grow in equity value, allowing them the option to cash out with favorable and optimum timing;
- Helping businesses be more efficient and profitable, and therefore create more meaningful jobs, which will help the local community and national economy.
Work Toward Reward will also show owners how to avoid being in the one-third of all businesses that close without the owners receiving their deserved cash and business value.
Chia-Li Chien, CFP®, PMP, is CEO and chief strategist at Value Growth Institute, which is dedicated to helping private business owners increase the value of their firms, and faculty member of the American Management Association. Her blog and newsletter was recently named a top small business resource by the New York Times “You’re the Boss” blog. She is available for consulting, speaking engagements and workshops. She can be reached at http://valuegrowthinstitute.com, http://chialichien.com or email@example.com.
As an influential rainmaker in the Chinese and other Asian communities, Chia-Li Chien is often sought for her opinion and counsel. She is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC), Charter Trust and Estate Planner (CTEP) and a Project Management Professional (PMP). Prior to her financial career, Chien held various management and executive positions in Fortune 500 companies. Besides serving business owners, she is an active contributor to the community and non-profit organizations. She is currently serving as President-Elect of Financial Planning Association (FPA) of Charlotte and Chair of the Pro Bono Advisory Committee for the FPA on the national level.
Chien’s previous book, Show Me The Money/Run Your Business like a Prosperous Investor, was a Best Book Awards Finalist by USA Book News. In addition, Show Me The Money was named runner-up of its annual competition honoring the best books of the 2010 holiday season.