If you don’t know who Stream (Stream Energy) is, you should. This young company has grown quickly and surpassed many other energy companies thanks to their innovative direct selling techniques. But they aren’t resting on past successes. Instead, they are using their resources to empower the women in their organization and elsewhere.
This year marked the fourth straight year running of their Women of Power Retreat. This event is held at their head office in Dallas and draws women from all around the country to gain skills and confidence. The company hopes these women will walk away with real skills and systems to grow their own businesses and inspire other women to be powerful.
Famous women speakers act as mentors to the attendees, including such names as Nicole Lapin (well-known journalist and best selling author), Karen Leland (business expert) and Melissa Mark Garner (wellness coach). The theme this year is “Shine.” This means bringing out the unique value that each woman carries. In addition, the event teaches confidence, personal branding, and mindfulness. The end result, Stream executives hope, is to empower these women and help them build their own businesses their preferred way (https://crunchbase.com/organization/stream-energy).
About Stream Energy
Stream Energy is a company founded in 2005 in Dallas, Texas. In twelve years, it has grown to be one of the largest energy companies around thanks to their innovative direct selling techniques. They allow the costs to be reduced and pass on innovation to their consumers to aid them in their busy lifestyles with connected life services.
The services that Stream offers include protective services, home services, wireless services, and energy solutions. Their unique style has led them to create $8 billion in revenue since their inception. They offer services nationwide and specialized services in Texas, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C.
In today’s world, many companies are taking the easy way out. This is creating bigger wallets for executives and not passing much value to consumers. However, Stream is using their growth to invest in their female associates, inspire others, and pass on the savings to their clients. All of this is impressive and refreshing in the new digital age (Indeed).