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On Thursday, June 13, 2019, Henry County Women In Business is co-hosting their First Economic Summit in partnership with Stockbridge Mayor Anthony Ford. Founder, Ariel Shaw MBA, has aligned a stellar panel of speakers that include The Coca Cola Company’s 5by20 Representative and Director of Global Supplier Diversity, Eyvon Austin, as well as world-renowned Wealthbuilder and Investor, Sonia Booker. The focus of this initiative is to help elevate the conversation of economic development in the Southern Crescent and specifically Stockbridge, the largest city in Henry County. The 5by20 program is a global program by The Coca Cola Company to enable 5 million women by the year 2020. Everyone is asking what’s next after Stockbridge successfully beat the legislation to split their city, which is why it was important to have this event here and have Stockbridge’s Economic Development Director, James Touchton, as a panelist. The panel also includes Franchise Expert and Alternative Finance Guru Sylvester Ford.

The event is free to the public with registration and will be held at the Merle Manders Conference Center, located at 111 Davis Road, Stockbridge GA. It will begin with light networking and appetizers and then move into the program. This summit will take the place of the monthly meetings held by Henry County Women In Business, which has seen a surge of support since its inception. Founder Ariel Shaw, MBA, attributes the vast growth and support of the network to the need for a solid and consistent business network for women-owned business and women in business in the Southern Crescent.

Henry County Women in Business is a conglomerate of women-owned businesses and women in business that have come together to change the economic landscape in Henry County and the Southern Crescent area. Partnerships go beyond Henry County, the Southern Crescent and Georgia. Founder Ariel Shaw, MBA is the founder of AS Consulting LLC, a logistical and management firm, and is an avid community supporter.

The mission for Henry County Women in Business is simple, we must unequivocally foster business relationships to help sustain and grow our business and local economy. Our vision is to develop key partnerships, deepen business relationships and to provide resources to assist in the growth of women-owned business. While networking is a key component, membership will include memberships to Chambers of Commerce, which is an invaluable benefit to women-owned businesses who may face the economic barrier to joining multiple Chamber memberships on their own. It will allow them to be at the table where decisions are made while promoting their business and increasing their bottom line.

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