A Networking Event for Moms with a “Side Hustle” – Join us on July 18th!


Join us for our second “Side Hustle” Networking event of the year! Waypoint Public has graciously partnered with us and they are allowing us to use their private space The Bear Den – so we have a few things lined up for you (can’t wait!). We will also offer a Stressed Mommy Wine tasting, raffles and much much more! 

The best part about this night is that we have a special speaker lined up for you featuring Jennifer Duronio, Director of Beautycounter. The first hour will consist of mingling and networking, but around 7PM, she will be talking to us about the concept of “Giving to Grow Your Business: a mission-based Beautycounter experience. Nobody wants to be “sold to”, but most are open to learning about our passions and the reasons why we choose the businesses we’re in.” She will help us all learn to look at our businesses as an opportunity to share and give (non-financially) as the strategy on how to build them.

See below for more info on Jennifer and the topic. We will close out the event with more networking and a few announcements from the San Diego Moms Blog team.

Buy your $10 ticket here – http://bit.ly/2Kqcugm 

Here are the details:
Where: Waypoint Public (North Park)
3794 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92014

When: Wednesday, July 18th 6-8:30pm
Who: YOU! If you are a small business owner, professional, or someone who is looking to network with other San Diego moms, then this event is for YOU!
Cost: $10

A little more about our speaker:
Jennifer Duronio is mom to 4.5-year-old twins Marco & Maria, and recently moved from St. Paul to San Diego with her Army husband Mark. The runner, yoga teacher, and former Spanish teacher has worked from home as an educator and consultant with Beautycounter, the personal care company on the mission of getting safer products in the hands of everyone, since August of 2016.

Jennifer is going to share her journey as a businesswoman and mother, giving advice and sales tips and tricks to grow your own business, through the concept of “giving to grow”.


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