Discount Labels has launched “Wn” — a Women’s Leadership Seminar Series celebrating the infinite power of women, featuring Ingrid Hernandez, Owner of INgrid Design.
With a 54 percent female workforce, Discount Labels, one of the top producers of labels worldwide, knows its success comes from the leadership and values of the women who work at the company. To help more women take professional and personal success to the “nth” degree, Discount Labels is hosting “Wn”, A Women’s Leadership Seminar Series, beginning March 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Root, 110 E. Market St., New Albany. Hernandez will share her story of how she has grown her business to be an award-winning graphic design company.
Wn seminars will feature educational and inspirational talks by prominent female leaders from the Kentuckiana community, plus time for socializing and networking. The seminars are free and open to the community, but seating is limited, so an RSVP is needed by March 12 by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Debbi Ulmer at 812-981-4823.
The 2019 series features:
n May 16: Sharon N. Hughes, founder and director of the Artsy Institute
n Aug. 15: Natalie Allen, owner and program director of Stretch-n-Grow, Inc.
n Nov. 13: Jennifer M. Blair, Life Coach, Speaker, Author, Owner of Excavive Coaching & Consulting
Debbi Ulmer, marketing director at Discount Labels, describes Wn as “an engaging, inspiring series of seminars aimed at helping women of all ages make the absolute most of their careers, their family roles, and their futures. At Wn, women can hear from other real women, in real jobs, who will inspire and teach them how to realize their own infinite power and potential.”
Located at 4115 Profit Court, New Albany, Discount Labels has been in business since 1965. With more than 70 presses, 500 plus label experts, and continuous investment in technology, sales, and support for its trade-only partners, Discount Labels has the capacity to meet any label demand and leads the industry, providing billions of labels decals and stickers each year.