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Beyond Spots & Dots President to Share Expertise During Bizwomen Mentoring Monday

Monday, April 3, 2017


Beyond Spots & Dots President, Melanie Querry, will guide fellow businesswomen during today’s Bizwomen Mentoring Monday, a Pittsburgh Business Times event. This one-of-a-kind workshop is designed to give women the opportunity to learn from female leaders in a coaching atmosphere. 

Operating similar to speed dating, Bizwomen Mentoring Monday will give individuals the opportunity to rotate through their choice of 30 mentors for one-on-one coaching. Sessions will last for a maximum length of seven minutes before participants must move on to the next mentor. New this year, participants will also have several roundtable discussions to choose from.

Having a strong devotion to mentoring up-and-coming businesswomen, Querry said, “Building a successful business is tremendously fulfilling, but it is difficult. I’m thankful for the mentoring advice that I received when I established Beyond Spots & Dots ten years ago, and if I can pass just some of that on to my peers, I know that Pittsburgh’s women-run organizations will be stronger.” 

Bizwomen Mentoring Monday begins at 8am with continental breakfast and concludes with closing remarks at 10am. The event is part of a larger endeavor by Business Journal organizations around the country, as one of over 40 events that is bringing together a cumulative 8,600 businesswomen with 1,700 mentors. For more information, visit  

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Established in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA dedicated to planning, creating and handling advertising and marketing for a variety of clients. Agency services range from digital, TV, radio and print advertising to public relations, web development and SEO. Visit to learn how to increase your company’s share of voice. 


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