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Erin Seabold of The Seed talk to us creative connections, the power of collaboration

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Erin Seabold – President & CEO of the The Seed is the mother of 3 boys, is a 3-time entrepreneur as well. With a background in real estate, finance and marketing strategy and implementation, Erin felt that the greatest gift that she possessed was one of connecting, specifically, small business owners and women with the resources that they need to succeed. In 2004, she started her first consultancy, Sales Advantage Marketing, which assisted financial institutions and start ups in developing and implementing a grass roots approach to their marketing to recruit and retain customers and employees. After many year of success with this model and after moving to Denver, she chose to create a new organization that focused only on women business owners. In January of 2009, Erin started yet another organization for women, one that would take the connection beyond events. The Seed is an on-line organization to connect women and resources around the world. The Seed is an advocate and educator for women, serving as a one-stop resource for small business owners. Through its partners, The Seed offers the opportunity for business owners to find free and low cost resources to help build, sustain or grow their businesses, find or post a job, sell books or educational materials, find a non-profit to support, connect through social media, sign up for training or attend a networking event, educational seminar or fund raiser.Host and Chief Imaginator Tamara Kleinberg will help you unleash your right brain superpowers and unlock your creative potential by bringing you imaginative, inspiring people from all walks of life. Here’s to a life full of ideas, dreams, joy and laughter. “Dream Big. Imagine Often!” - Tamara

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