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Selling in a Skirt with Female Entrepreneurs

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Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with Special Guest Amy Applebaum & Claire Billingsley

Amy Applebaum, Founder and CEO of Amy Applebaum, Inc., “The coaching firm to the female entrepreneur,” is leading the revolution in bringing women to the forefront of today’s business and financial world. Amy’s brand image epitomizes the competence, independence, and sensuality that female entrepreneurs idolize. Her brand is highly respected and admired within this market. Former host of NBC’s Extra, Dayna Devon, says, “Amy is the Success Coach for a new generation.” But before becoming a leading success coach and author, Amy was a waitress in Beverly Hills. As much as she loves food, this was NOT her dream job. Amy finally made a bold commitment to claim her freedom and fulfill her dream of owning her own company.

Billingsley Consulting Group is a training and communications firm designed to help businesses, associations, and educational institutions grow through personal and professional development.  Claire Billingsley has experience coaching managers on social and communication skills, leadership skills, time management and organizational skills, personnel management, as well as personal and professional development.  Claire held leadership and management positions with Sylvan Learning Systems, FASTSIGNS International, and TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy.  With over 20 years of business experience, she learned the strategies and skills necessary to lead, manage, and motivate employees spread all over the world.  Claire is a graduate of Emporia State University, a Certified Franchise Executive through the International Franchise Association and a trained executive business coach.  She is Chairman of the Board at The University of North Texas Professional Leadership Program, College of Business.