By Godson Umejiego, Senior Correspondent USA
Are you interested in the changing competitive landscape for women-owned businesses? If so, be sure to attend the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) 2022 Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium (WES) series, part two: Trends and opportunities, next Wednesday, March 16. Register https://www.uspto.gov/events and learn more about this free online event.
Participants will hear from Executive Director, National Women’s Business Council, Tené Dolphin and Ph.D., Economist, US Census Bureau, Adji Fatou Diagne, about the economic impact of women in business and how social trends are affecting their professional growth and business opportunities.
Register at the same portal for WES Part three, From inspiration to commercialization, coming March 30.
Participants will hear from CEO and Co-Founder of SheFly Apparel, Georgia Grace Edwards and Founder, Inventor and Co-CEO, PuffCuff LLC, Ceata E. Lash, about how they found the inspiration to turn ideas into commercial successes. Find out their secrets for success and how they overcame obstacles in their journeys.
As the series close out, the final conversation on innovative women will bring together USPTO leadership with Founder and CEO, Smart Girls HQ, Abi Olukeye who promotes science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education solutions through providing engaging content and facilitates exciting experiences to enable young girls to achieve STEM career literacy by age 12.
This programme is presented by the USPTO’s Office of Innovation Outreach.
The USPTO offers many informative presentations, panels, and chats throughout the year.