Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Attend the Start Up Princess Conference

10. It’s only $15! (including Lunch!)

9. Everyone will receive a special gift to remember the event.

8. You won’t be the only one in the audience who likes to wear high heels.

6. Great excuse to see one of the most spectacular homes in Utah County (over 10,000 sq ft!); you can even shop at there (6,000 sq ft design center in the basement)!!!

6. Make new friends/Networking opportunities

5. Where else can you get business tips and a massage?? That’s right! A massage therapist will be giving complimentary mini-massages before and after the event!

4. Meet and be inspired by a few of our Fairy Godmothers! Nancy Cadjan, Erika Wilde, Janet Meiners

3. Learn about growing your business from one of Utah’s young and bright Start Up Princesses/Fairy Godmother, Rachael Herrscher of Today’s Mama

2. Receive insight and wisdom from seasoned Start Up Princess/Fairy Godmother, Kristen Lamb of Designit Boutique and Chain Breaker Foundation.

1. This is the year to Make a Wish and Make it Happen!!


Date: Jan 13th

Time: 10am-1pm

Place: Spectacular home in Woodland Hills, Utah (you will receive a map and info)

images.jpgToday’s Magic Wand: Register for the conference! Please email Kelly <at> Start up TODAY. Deadline is January 12th.

For additional info about the speakers, click here. 


  1. Top 1 Reason (runner up):

    Kelly Anderson rocks! 🙂

  2. Well, your 10 reasons are definately compelling. and Kelly Anderson does rock!!

  3. Thanks, too bad the conf is over…however a podcast is coming soon of it!

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