Cue the drumroll!

Blast the air horns!

Throw the confetti!

Rogue Wave Marketing is so honored to share congrats with Kay Eibl of A Better Listener!

Kay is the worthy winner of our recent Rogue Wave Website Campaign, winning the quarterly contest that gives a free website to a woman-owned startup.

As a woman-owned business, Rogue Wave is all about supporting, collaborating, and inspiring other female entrepreneurs. In today’s digital world, a website is a must-have marketing tool. But often, many small-business owners may not have the budget to hire a firm to design a site or the skills and time to build their own.

“It was stress-relieving for me to not have to worry about revamping and editing my website. This opportunity provided me time to work on other aspects of my business,” shared Kay Eibl, MA, LPC and Owner of A Better Listener, LLC.

Thanks, Kay! If we can give a helping hand to another woman launching her business, it’s truly an honor to serve and inspire her.

And we’re doing it again!

Rogue Wave is cueing up the next quarterly website giveaway.

Win a FREE Website!

The link is live, but applications will only be accepted from January 10 to February 7, 2020. The application includes two parts. First, a brief survey to share background on your business. Second, upload a brief video (up to 90 seconds) to the Rogue Wave Facebook page sharing your inspiration for starting the business. The winner receives a website package and marketing coaching worth over $7000.

PROPEL Event Makes the FREE Website Possible

Part of the strategy to “propel” the Rogue Wave Website giveaway is through ticket sales to Rogue Wave’s successful business event, PROPEL.

PROPEL is a daylong learning and networking event with engaging speakers and practical workshops to inspire female entrepreneurs. The next PROPEL is Friday, March 13, 2020 at the newly opened The Offsite Collaboration Center in Neenah, Wisconsin.

We’re in go mode building an epic PROPEL event for 2020. Questions about participating, speaking, or sponsoring? We’re all ears!