Wealthy Bag Lady Founder and Author Linda Hollander Joins WomenCorp® Online Magazine As Featured Lifestyle Author

December 17, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
WomenCorp launched its new multimedia magazine for businesswomen in August 2007 and one of its featured lifestyle authors is Linda Hollander, author of the #1 bestseller, Bags to Riches: 7 Success Secrets for Women in Business.

Known as the "Wealthy Bag Lady", Linda is a popular international speaker and is considered the industry leader in teaching entrepreneurial women about small business success. As the founder of the Women's Small Business Expo, she has engineered massive empowerment events that take place every year all over the country. She was nominated for the best women-owned business award by the National Association of Female Executives and has over 20 years of experience in business, sales, marketing, design, promotion, and creating lifetime customers. Her forthcoming book, Women Hold the Purse Strings, will give companies powerful strategies for marketing to women entrepreneurs. Her clients include Disney, Cisco Systems, Mattel, Universal Studios, Nissan, Yamaha, Sony, Revlon, CBS, Gold's Gym, ASCAP, IBM, Ocean Spray, Sears and many more.

“Linda is an inspiration to all women entrepreneurs,” said Roxanne Batson, a WomenCorp founder. “She has created a tremendous networking opportunity for women with the Women’s Small Business Expo. WomenCorp is delighted to have Linda on our team.”

WomenCorp magazine features a wide variety of free audio, video and text articles in the unique multimedia magazine including business, personal development, career advice, and lifestyle features. The goal is to help women around the world connect and become personally, professionally, and financially successful.

The most recent issue of WomenCorp’s magazine, published December 5th, features Linda’s article, “7 Biggest Business Blunders Women Make (And How to Avoid Them). Other articles include “Secrets of Success: Trade Show Marketing Tips ”, and “Keep Teenagers Safe Online: MySpace in the News”.

Subscribers to the free magazine are eligible to attend WomenCorp teleseminars at no cost. Details are available at http://www.womencorp.org. To learn more about WomenCorp, subscribe to the new online magazine for businesswomen, and receive a free gift valued at $49, visit http://www.womencorp.org/portal .

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