Newtown resident Mariette Kammerer combines image consulting with professional and personal coaching, as well as promotion for her popular weekly radio broadcast under the umbrella of her KES Educational Services, Inc. In a recent chat with The Newtown Bee, she said her primary goal as a consultant is to help clients discover their own oft-hidden talents and misspent energies, rechanneling them into new blooming careers or endeavors. Ms Kammerer realized years ago that her own unique gift is the ability to quickly assess individuals she meets, then coaching them to tap their greatest possible potential and putting it to work so they can achieve a new or greater level of success than they ever imagined.
Local professionals, business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to join the Working Women’s Forum Wednesday, December 10, for a holiday gathering at The Villa Restaurant. A wide variety of raffles will be offered, light supper and homemade holiday desserts will be served, and a cash bar is available.
The Northern Fairfield Professionals, a networking group focusing on members of the local workforce in transition, will meet Tuesday, December 9, from 5:30 to 8 pm. Local professionals are invited to attend for networking, followed by an interactive recruiter panel discussion featuring both corporate and agency staffing professionals. The panel will entertain questions in relation to the hiring process.
Michelle Reichert, who founded the residential and commercial cleaning company Clean Suites in 2013, doesn’t just want to leave her customers with a sparkling clean finish. She wants her sustainable cleaning products and practices to benefit clients for a long time after she has packed up her mops and vacuum cleaners. The Newtown-based enterprise works in town and throughout the region for select private clients, realtors and property managers, typically rolling in to recently completed new homes or to properties in-between occupants. “I specialize in cleaning up before people move in, and after they move out,” she told The Newtown Bee during a recent visit to a local client’s home.
The Northern Fairfield Professionals, a networking group focusing on people in transition, will meet Tuesday, November 11, from 5:30 to 8 pm, at the Knights of Columbus building on Church Hill Road. Professionals and entrepreneurs are invited for networking, followed by a speaker presentation at 6 pm by Stacey Cohen, founder of Co-Communications, Inc, on “Keys To Build A Winning Personal Brand.”
In an effort to help foster business opportunities in the Greater Newtown area, the Newtown Chamber of Commerce continues to host free monthly networking events open to all local business professionals. The next event will be at Sal e Pepe Contemporary Italian Bistro, on Wednesday, November 12, at 8 am. George Herring, vice president of Savings Bank of Danbury, will discuss how local businesses, organizations, entrepreneurs, and residents of Newtown can better their budgeting and savings, while maintaining good credit.
Work From Home Newtown-CT will host its next lunch gathering on Thursday, November 6. Remote workers, home-based business owners, sole proprietors, jobseekers, stay-at-home parents, retirees, et al, are invited to join Newtown resident Greg Pategas for networking and socializing at Sweet Mango.
The Working Women’s Forum, an association of local professionals and entrepreneurs, will feature Dr John Woodall and his program “You’re Stronger Than You Might Think” on Wednesday, November 12, at The Villa Restaurant. Dr Woodall plans to discuss how to strengthen skills individuals already have by learning from the very best scientific research and the secret skills used by the most resilient people.
The Working Women’s Forum, an association of local professionals and entrepreneurs, will feature “Beautifying Your Space With Today’s Floral Trends,” with guest Judy Grabarz, owner of Newtown Florist. Scientific research has proven that flowers can improve one’s mood. Ms Grabarz will demonstrate quick and easy ways to group plants in areas of the home and office for interest and texture, as well as how to design flowers with current trends.
The Newtown Chamber of Commerce continues to host free monthly networking events open to all local business professionals. The next event will be Wednesday, October 8, from 8 to 9 am, at Sal e Pepe Contemporary Italian Bistro. Guest speaker Amy Fallas-Kerr, co-president of Newtown Historical Society, will speak on "Why History Matters: Building Legacy and Community in Newtown.”