The Best & Worst Advice I Got as an Entrepreneur

Jessica Rawlley President of TieiTOur speaker, Jessica Rawlley is the Co-Founder & President of TieiT, a carefully crafted web application that brings together powerful data insights and increases team collaboration. With users across the globe and in various industries, TieiT is helping businesses leverage the power of data to take actionable steps to increase their sales, improve their marketing and manage their billing – all in one system.

One of Jessica’s roles is to assist clients and partners with using the applications to its fullest extent to see its true ROI and value. Her ability to quickly learn, synthesize information and clearly communicate it to educate and illustrate the benefits is a rare skill. She has implemented in-depth training material and marketing programs to assist her clients and partners with staying ahead of advancements to continually develop their business. Her creativity and strategic approach to building partnerships have been beneficial in creating and fostering successful business relationships. Jessica is deeply passionate about building a company that drives value to its clients. 

Join Jessica as she shares the best and worst advice she has ever got as an entrepreneur!

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2018-11-01T09:30:48+00:00January 6th, 2018|Women in Technology past|