Mother & Daughter Business Kicks-Off at EGBI
By Nayeli Gallegos, December 13, 2013
Bea Baylor worked as a full time nurse for 20 years. At the same time, for the last seven years, she had been informally running her business from home… providing her services for free most of the time. As a 13 year cancer survivor, Bea has been an advocate for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, helping them create a journey to healing. She wrote the book “My Tribulations Made Me Fabulous” which will be published in 2014, and she was featured in the latest issue of Renewed Magazine.
Her daughter, Chamita Griffin had been helping other women doing research on how to start a business, and where to find funding sources. While researching Chamita found a product that does exactly what they were looking for. So they partnered up with Credit Network Assistance and packaged it in a one-stop shop, which is what makes their business coaching style stand out. In July 2013, Bea attended a women’s conference called Defy Impossible hosted by Dr. Venus Opal Reese in Dallas, Texas. That is where she realized that she was part of a great number of women who are used to taking care of others and giving her talents away and don’t monetize on what they are worth.
She was inspired and empowered to formalize her business and decided to partner with her daughter on what it is now Baylor’s Business Consulting Enterprise. They learned about EGBI and immediately saw a good fit and found a welcoming place to launch their business enterprise.
Baylor’s Business Consulting Enterprise specializes in working with small to medium businesses, to help them secure funding and build their business credit as well as providing one on one support. They have a network of over 2100 lenders, of which 400 are directly integrated in their Business Funding Suite. Their business credit advisors and business coach walk business owners through each step very carefully to make sure they obtain the funding they need to grow their business and be profitable in a short period of time.
“Our goal is to educate new and existing business owners on how to leverage their business credit and obtain the funding needed to take their business to the next level” said Ms. Baylor.
We love seeing entrepreneurial spirit run in families and we are proud of these mother and daughter entrepreneurs. To learn more about their business and services, please call 512-350-1747.