ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAMP FOR GIRLS LAUNCHES THIS SUMMER
Business Owner Sierra Lloyd Commits to Helping Young Girls Create Business Models
Atlanta, GA (May 21, 2015) –Women in the United States make up nearly half of the workforce and Sierra Lloyd, president and founder of Pretty Mogul is working to make sure that the number keeps growing. This July, Lloyd is launching her Pretty Mogul camp for young girls
aspiring to be business owners. Scheduled to take place at the Loudermilk Conference Center in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, July 6-11, the camp will offer the young girls a full curriculum of both Entrepreneurship and Business Owner 101.
Pretty Mogul’s mission is to empower, enlighten, and educate young women by instilling positive values, building self-esteem, and creating a mogul mindset. This five day camp will inspire the participants to take on the challenge of building their businesses from the root of filing incorporations, creating logos and positioning their brands, identifying strong markets for their business, marketing and managing their business. In addition to focusing on the development of a business, the camp is designed to do much more. The overall goal is to promote self-confidence and to empower the young girls to believe in themselves in a workforce that continues to present barriers and be imbalanced to women.
Lloyd, whose motto is, “Live Life, Build Wealth and Sustain It”, is doing just what she believes. She became a business owner at an early age and is not a stranger to the mogul mindset. An entrepreneur on the path to building her Mogul Millionaires empire is the owner of several businesses and has lived first hand through the ups and downs of establishing a solid foundation
“It is because of my own experiences that I want to inspire young girls to begin early thinking about their futures,” Lloyd said. “I know what I have learned from my experience has been valuable and I wanted to create the Pretty Mogul movement to teach young girls how to avoid some of the mistakes that I have made and to encourage them to build on their visions by building sustainable futures through entrepreneurship.”
Registration for the camp is now open for young girls between the ages of 8-14. Parents wishing to enroll their budding mogul can visit to complete the preliminary registration process. Inquiries about the camp can be addressed by calling 678.830.9671 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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