New Haven (WTNH) - In a tough economy, many women are stressed about how to paytheir bills.
Kim DeYoung, the original "Metromom," educates women aboutdifferent opportunities that allow them to supplement their incomewhile working from home, giving them the flexibility they want.
Kim is hosting an event to help women determine the best optionsto supplement their income. She created the event to help busywomen get the information they need in just one afternoon.
Event for Women - Want to Work From Home? Find the Right "Fit"
When: February 1st from 2:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Where: Woodbridge, CT
To register for the event, and for more information about Kimand Metromom, visit www.metromomevent.com
The following information was provided by our guest:
Kim DeYoung is the original Metromom - a driven, evolving womancommitted to caring for her family, nurturing her career andachieving success on her own terms. Dynamic, creative and eminentlyentrepreneurial, Kim is the founder of Metromom.com and TheMetromom Entrepreneurs Association. Kim left a career in thefashion industry to design a work/life balance on her own terms andnow helps other women do the same.
Metromom is more than just a brand. It's a tangible extension ofKim, reflecting her values and passions. After working in directsales as a highly successful representative of Melaleuca, Kim wenton to create an interactive online community at Metromom.com. Thissite is for entrepreneurial moms who want to further theirlearning, connect with other like-minded women and promotethemselves.
In striving for her own success, Kim is still very focused onthe success of others. This led to her involvement in Ladies WhoLaunch - an organization that fosters creativity andentrepreneurship for women. Kim hosts the Incubator Program in herown community in New Haven, Connecticut.
Kim's journey over the last twenty years has been enriched byher belief that the world is full of opportunities for personalgrowth but it's how we react to these opportunities that matters.It is now with complete clarity that she combines her experiencesin business, coaching, direct sales, connecting and parenting tooffer women the resources and support they need.
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