Masterclass Series

5 Ways to Build Community

& Why It’s So Important

✔ The Heirarchy of Community in Business
✔ How to build meaningful connections
✔ Networking according to your own personality
✔ Community Over Competition
✔ Top 10 Benefits of Community
✔ Ways to connect that don’t suck

About the Speaker

Pepper Makepeace

Small Business Sisterhood

Community Builder &
Social Media Strategist

Pepper supports female solopreneurs through social media strategy, web design tools, and business planning. Anyone brave enough to give the entrepreneur thing a try is cool as sh*t in Pepper’s book, and she’ll do anything she can to help them succeed. Collaboration and community is an important part of Pepper’s business and she’s grateful for the strong connections she’s made with other entrepreneurs.

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