Co-Communications President, CEO to Speak at Professional Women of Westchester You, Your Business Only Better Luncheon Series

Westchester, NY (PRWEB) July 21, 2014

Co-Communications – a full-service public relations and marketing firm with offices in Farmington, CT, Westchester, NY and midtown Manhattan – is proud to announce that its President and CEO Stacey Cohen will be a guest speaker at this month’s Professional Women of Westchester ‘You, Your Business Only Better Luncheon Series’ on Wednesday, July 30th from 12-2 p.m. at the M&T Bank located at 303 S. Broadway in Tarrytown, NY.

Cohen’s keynote, ‘Keys to Personal Branding Success’, will kick off an afternoon of conversation around communication strategies and tactics for perfecting one’s personal brand.

With rich experience in the public relations and marketing industry, Cohen founded Co-Communications in 1997 as a full-service public relations company. She is an active board member of the Business Council of Westchester, chairs its Marketing Communications Council and previously served on the board of The Volunteer Center of the United Way and Association for Women in Communications.

“Professional Women of Westchester has been a fantastic resource for personal networking and professional development for several years now,” said Cohen. “I’m grateful to Professional Women of Westchester for the opportunity to give local women in business insight into building and communicating a winning personal brand.”

The ‘You, Your Business Only Better Luncheon Series’ will offer attendees a comprehensive overview of marketing oneself in a highly competitive marketplace and how individuals can take advantage of leveraging an eye-catching brand. Some key take-aways will include discovering one’s brand, developing one’s unique value, and understanding one’s key audience. Attendees will also receive a branding workbook.


About Professional Women of Westchester

The Professional Women of Westchester is a networking group for the women of Westchester County, NY and provides its membership with a broad array of opportunities for networking, information sharing and professional development. The organization was created out of the need for local business women to have a place where they could focus on their business, networking, issues and challenges they face. The Professional Women of Westchester encourages women from a variety of trades, even the same trades to connect and support each other in a non-competitive environment for continued growth opportunities.

Media Contact: Elyssa Millspaugh – Co-Communications – 860.676.4400 – emillspaugh(at)cocommunications(dot)com