Monthly Meeting: Avoiding Technology Disasters with Paula Sullivan
October 19 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
We love to meet new businesses and new business owners. Please register and join us for the evening.
ConnectW is a women’s networking group that welcomes women in all fields and endeavors—from entrepreneurs and professionals to women simply wishing to explore, expand and enhance their lives and environments.
Join us for networking, socializing, and a light dinner.
Avoiding Technology Disasters: Best Practices for Small Business Owners
Paula Sullivan with MPS Consulting will be giving an educational talk on best practices related to technology and how you can avoid tech disasters. Join us for this insightful presentation that will help you learn where you may be lacking, how to prioritize your time as it relates to technology and some tips that can help you avoid a data breach and potential data loss.
About our Speaker:
Paula’s professional experience has been to creatively use Apple Technology to meet the unique and individualized needs of her clients for the past 30+ years. Technology is expensive— and can be scary and overwhelming. She focuses on teaching clients how to safely and easily master key tasks using simple steps. She trains on All Apple technology: Mac Computer software and computers, including iDevices: iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and TVs and has extensive experience with businesses, non-profit organizations, families with special needs children, medical professionals, retirees, college students and adults with adaptive needs.
Simplifying staying savvy–She takes the “eck!” out of technology.
🔍 Check out Paula Sullivan Online 🔎
The cutoff for registration without a late fee is the end of the day on the Friday before the meeting. If tickets are “out of stock”, please email [email protected] to be put on a wait list.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU
To our ConnectW Corporate & Large Business Sponsors: Patricia Nelson with Two Spruce Law, Stephanie Higgins with Cascade Sotheby’s, Dr. Carol Petherbridge with Freedom Regenerative Medicine, Lynn Spinoglio with First Interstate Bank and Terry Sprecher with Sprecher Group.