Women-owned businesses continue to grow in Maryland. The Daily Record wants to showcase some of them through the Path to Excellence Networking series. If you have a business that provides goods or services targeted to professional women and have been in business for three years or less, you fit the criteria to apply to exhibit at a Path to Excellence event.
If selected to exhibit your business, you would receive a 6-foot exhibit table to display your product, your company logo and a 100-word description in the Path to Excellence magazine.
Lexi’s Lil Bug was selected as one of the innovation exhibitors at the July 30, 2019 Path to Excellence event at Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Following is information about Lexi’s Lil Bug.
Lexi’s Lil Bug is a children’s transportation service located in Maryland. Maryland is very small in size but produces mass job markets across various industries which in turn causes parents to spend more time away from home. Our goal is to help parents or guardians maintain a stable work-life balance. We want to provide a safe and flexible transportation service for children that doesn’t stop at 6 p.m. but is available anytime. School-aged children have so many other activities they participate in outside of school hours such as play dates, sports activities, tutor sessions etc.
This article is featured in The Daily Record’s Women Who Lead: A Woman’s Guide To Business. The mission of the Women Who Lead (formerly Path to Excellence) magazine is to give our readers the opportunity to meet successful women of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs and learn how they define success. Read more from Women Who Lead.