image1Many of today’s female entrepreneurs are so successful that it is easy to assume high-profile businesspeople are the only women who are making a difference; however, there are women who are building their brand not to help themselves, but to inspire others.

Founder Ci’era Blankenship of Women Who Wine Detroit began the idea of developing a women’s organization “that would not require a woman to be powerful, but determined”, said Blankenship, “determined to retrace her steps into becoming a woman who’s ready to embark on a new journey of defining her capabilities.” Blankenship works on the executive board with two Detroit-based women entrepreneurs who are steadfast behind the brands mission. Women Who Wine Detroit is a women’s organization that brings like-minded women together to assist with female entrepreneurial endeavors. The organization has hosted three sold-out events, which includes the reoccurring summer series, Winning Women Wednesday, held at House of Pure Vin for women to network, engage in wine tasting and participate in

Women Who Wine Detroit is a women’s organization that brings like-minded women together to assist with female entrepreneurial endeavors. The organization has hosted three sold-out events, which includes the reoccurring summer series, Winning Women Wednesday, held at House of Pure Vin for women to network, engage in wine tasting and participate in life defining activities. Each event also allows the organization to donate a percentage of its proceeds to a local non-profit. The organization has developed three successful start-up brands as a result of the organizations efforts since it’s start in early March of 2016.

On July 9, 2016, at 7:00 pm, Women Who Wine Detroit will host its fourth event, ELEVATE at The Madison Rooftop downtown Detroit. This event will include women business owners and sponsors from metro Detroit and beyond. Participants include OPI Products and Regal Event Planning of Detroit. For more Information on the organization, visit http://www.womenwhowinedetroit.com

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