Beth Marcus of Cape Cod Beer keynote speaker at ABWA Holiday Meeting December 14th

Beth Marcus, Business Manager at Cape Cod Beer will be the keynote speaker at the American Business Women's Association (ABWA) Holiday Meeting on Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 at the Radisson Hotel Hyannis, Garden Room, Iyannough Road (Route 28), Hyannis. Networking will start at 5:30 pm with a buffet dinner at 6:05 pm, followed by a short business meeting, key note speaker and the ABWA member spotlight. 'Festive' clothing is encouraged.

Beth Marcus will talk about the 10 things that she did in 2010 that improved her business and her life. Things that every local business owner or aspiring entrepreneur should consider.

Theresa Martens of eCape is member spotlight.

Beth Marcus has the official title of Business Manager at Cape Cod Beer, but wears many hats.  When she and her husband Todd washed ashore in 1998, they dreamed of opening their own brewery.  In 2004 that dream became a reality!

Beth has been with Cape Cod Beer since its inception – when it was just an office in the basement of the Marcus house. She holds the official title of Business Manager – because there was no great way to describe all the stuff she does around the brewery – that includes the finances, marketing, retail and so much more.

A technologist by training, economist by education and plate juggler by necessity, Beth is somehow involved in every aspect of Cape Cod Beer that does not involve the making of the beer. 

As the mother of a 6 year old business, two boys (10 and 12 years old), two cats and a 2-year-old puppy, she does so with much passion and NOT much sleep.

To register for the December 14th, 2010 ABWA Holiday meeting, please contact JoAnna Watson at 508 685-6561 or send an email to [email protected].  Dinner costs $20 for members and $25 for guests or for members without a reservation. Please register by December 8th, 2010.

Courtesy of the ABWA.

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