100 Independence Drive | Hyannis, MA 02601
Connect at Events
Empowering Women Luncheon
May 11, 2023
Ready for an afternoon of uplifting inspiration? Kim will be at the annual Plymouth Chamber Women’s Luncheon.
The Pinehills, Plymouth
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Morning Networking
April 28, 2023
Will we see you at the new Performing Arts Building?
Performing Arts Building, Brewster
Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo
April 27, 2023
Come visit our Marchand CFO booth at this year’s Business Expo.
Hotel 1620, Plymouth
Immigrant Entrepreneur & Small Business Expo
March 11, 2023
The event is back with multiple sessions and resources. Kim will be a presenter.
Cape Cod Five headquarters, 1500 Iannough Rd, Hyannis
Cape & Plymouth 2023 Marketing Summit
February 28, 2023
Let’s meet up at the 2nd annual Cape & Plymouth Marketing Summit.
Alden Park, Plymouth
The Collective Co, Open House
February 15, 2023
Located on the South Shore? Stop in at the Collective and chat with Kim at the Open House.
The Collective Co, Scituate
CapeSpace “Tuesday Tips” Workshop Series
Watch for date! Kim will be a presenter. More info to come.
Cape & Plymouth Enterprising Women Event
November 2, 2022
Kim will be one of the panelists. More info to come…
Cape Codder, Hyannis
Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod
November 9, 2022
The premiere philanthropy conference on Cape Cod to share Best Practices and celebrate charitable giving.
Resort & Conference Center, Hyannis
South Shore Conference for Women
October 27, 2022
A wonderful women’s business event and Kim will be one of the speakers:
4th Annual South Shore Conference for Women.
Quincy Marriott, Quincy
WHAT’S UP WITH THE RED HIGH HEEL?
During the 2020 pandemic, a few of my closest friends and I were shaking things up with a virtual scavenger hunt on Zoom. When they put out the call for high heels, I grabbed the first two pairs I could find: ruby red and hot pink. Well, they never made it back to the closet. They became part of my new quarantine business attire: yoga pants, t shirts, and a pair of killer heels. Although the world had shut down around me, I decided to pump up the volume. My current business was going great. New business was coming in. I felt like I was killing it. And I liked that feeling. So, when it came time to refresh my boutique business, I put the heels on the shelf—and my new logo—to remind me what a fresh approach can do.
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