This September 7th we're hosting our first ever members' conference, To Begin, Begin: Pepperlane 2017 Forum. The event will be hosted at The Lexington Depot and will feature inspiring speakers, panelists, videos, and breakout sessions, and serve as a reminder that whoever we are and wherever we are in life, we are all beginning something new.
A special part of the day is our members' exhibit, where Pepperlane business owners will showcase their services. We're excited to official announce this group of women, whose services range from college counseling to personal styling. Please take a look below to learn more about them, and keep an eye out on Pepperlane's Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels, where we'll be sharing more about each one of these business owners over the next few weeks.
And if you haven't registered for our conference yet, be sure to sign up! Spots are filling up fast and you won't want to miss the opportunity to network with other business owners and learn the tools you need to start and grow yours.
Jana uses her passion and talent for sewing to make the most of your memories, through JLB Custom Memory Quilts.
With SwapIt create a closet that makes it possible to get up and throw on something fabulous in minutes using what you already own.
Cheryl employs high school and college students as technology consultants to help adults understand how to better use their smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Isobel helps busy people keep one step ahead of clutter, with sorting, donating, selling, and other practical organization services.
Karen helps parents relate better to their kids, reduce challenging behavior, and build their kids' skills in self-regulation, flexibility and communication.
Carmel brings relief to the challenging experience of caring for an aging parent.
Liz is an expert in Reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction, relaxation and healing.
Karen will work with you to create beautiful coffee table PhotoBooks that showcase your memories where you can actually enjoy them.
Sharon helps students in grades 8-12 chart a path towards college while maintaining balance in their lives.
Diane takes her experience from the advertising industry to help small businesses better tell their story.