Professional Business Women's Network

(DALLAS, Texas) — NEWS: New to Dallas, the Professional Business Women’s Network (PBWN), is hosting its first event – “Success Has No Boundaries” – from May 31 through June 2 at the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park: 5805 Granite Pkwy, Plano, TX. Just 25 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, and situated near The Shops at Legacy, this contemporary hotel offers easy access to numerous dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities.

The weekend event kicks off with a private reception on Friday evening, where first-class networking sets the stage for learning the importance of leveraging relationships. During the next two days, attendees will mingle with like-minded entrepreneurs; learn how their story unlocks their calling; create a navigation tool for successfully achieving their personal business goals; and learn how to balance themselves on the road to success while getting inspired, focused and intentional.

“I wanted to bring together a network of professional women who struggled to survive the process,” Tach Branch-Dogans, president/CEO, PBWN, says. “I wanted to give women tools, encouragement, direction and a solid foundation to fight for what they know is in their hearts. I wanted to provide a platform where it was okay to say, ‘I don’t have all the answers.’ PBWN is the motivating force that helps women survive the entrepreneurial process while helping them to realize their business goals.”

For the past 15 years, Branch-Dogans’ has worked as an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry. While building her business’ revenue from zero to seven figures, she also leveraged her diverse cross-functional skills in business development, strategic planning and project management to help C-suite clinical leaders, commercial developers and hospitalists, close gaps on complex issues related to transitional care. In her early career, she was responsible for a start-up company, Fountains of Fitness, which designed and implemented, results-driven, health and wellness programs for retirement communities throughout Dallas-Fort Worth. Her team’s programs gained recognition and were ranked second in the nation by the Keiser Institute on Aging. She’s been a guest speaker at conferences for both The American Society on Aging and The National Association of Social Workers.

“PBWN provides professional women with a new way of looking at the journey,” Branch-Dogans says.

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