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New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America (Free-Press-Release.com) February 7, 2012 — Cheryl T Campbell , Founder and Principal of 4 Winds of Change, was recently invited to be a featured speaker at The Italy Retreat for Women Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs, a week long event scheduled for June 2-9, 2012 in Tuscany, Italy.
The Women’s retreat will open each day with a focus lesson or “lens” through which women in business fully realize their potential to lead and inspire others. Each morning session is followed by an excursion into the Tuscan countryside inspired by the morning session.
Ms. Campbell will share her expertise on relationship marketing and speak about ways to build high-quality collaborative relationships with partners and affiliates that honor both the differences and unique strengths of the individual. When asked about the excursion associated with her talk Cheryl replied “We will be heading into Montepulciano for an unforgettable afternoon enjoying a private tour of a family owned vineyard and fattoria. I am especially excited about the evening Pamela has planned. I love to cook and having the chance to prepare a meal under the guidance of a skilled Tuscan chef surrounded by new found friends will be such a treat for me!”
Cheryl is a bestselling author and speaker specializing in New Media Marketing and is known for blending tribal marketing strategies with new media technology. Her career has been a diverse and satisfying journey taking her from the hazardous waste field to SCUBA diving instructor and ultimately to small business owner. While developing a website for her Interior Decorating and Custom Upholstery Shop, she became fascinated with Internet Marketing and has never looked back.
Recently her participation in the bestselling book ”New Masters of Online Marketing” earned her the Editor’s Choice Award for her contribution to the international project.
Today, one of her greatest joys is helping women turn their passion into a profitable business by teaching them how to package and market their knowledge into high value informational products and establishing themselves as an expert in their field.
Cheryl feels strongly about giving back to community and donates 10% of her net profit to charity. She also has the joy of working closely with Madison Community Services, Inc., the Madison Lions Club, and the DHHS Leo Club where she has the privilege of mentoring 30 kids that she adores. Visit her at cheryltcampbell.com
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