WithIt, the women’s leadership development network for the home and furnishings industry, has announced their new website.
HIGH POINT — WithIt, the women’s leadership development network for the home and furnishings industry, has announced its new website. Designed with enhanced features and an easy-to-navigate interface, the new site offers improved functionality and dynamic tools designed to establish the website as a leading industry resource for education, events, career advancement, mentoring, scholarship and job search/postings.
The new site also includes:
- WithIt Career Center – a job posting and search tool that connects employers and talent.
- WithIt Events – complete listing of free and ticketed events for networking, mentoring, inspiration and education.
- WithIt Foundation Scholarships – WithIt’s foundation gives scholarships annually to students in majors related to the home and furnishings industry as well as to professional women in the industry pursuing continuing education.
- MyWithIt – WithIt’s member area offers more than 50 videos/print articles educational courses, workshops and tools for members to advance their career skills plus a directory of members and a member discount program, mentoring and networking opportunities.
“We are delighted to share our new website with the industry and hope it will be a useful tool for information, connections and content for current and future WithIt members and sponsors,” said Renee Loper-Boyd, vice president of marketing for International Market Centers and 2022 president of WithIt.
Visitors of the new WithIt website may also explore the “News” section of the website to access the latest home furnishings news, member spotlights and upcoming event opportunities. Storis is the sponsor of the website, which was also made possible through grants, fundraising and the volunteer members of the WithIt Board.
Erica Hawbaker, associate editor for Furniture Today, is a recent graduate of the University of Iowa, with a degree in English and a writing certificate in publishing. In addition to bringing her writing talent to the editorial team, Erica will add her late-Millennial perspective.