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About Pam Ivey
Passionate, Supportive, Enthusiastic, Experienced
The Traveling Entrepreneur™
Biz Growth Strategist, Certified Business Coach & Trainer
Pam Ivey is certified in small business management. As a serial entrepreneur, she helps her clients in several different ways, such as coaching and mentoring online entrepreneurs in strategy, marketing, growth and profit acceleration, training and certifying real estate assistants, and through her Adventurous Life company, takes business owners aged 40+, to bucket list destinations around the world for a month at a time to work, explore and live in community.
An online business owner for more than 20 years, she has worked with hundreds of business owners to profitably build and grow their businesses as a coach, mentor and trainer.
Pam has been nominated for the 2121 Women of Inspiration award from the Universal Women’s network and was nominated for the Canadian RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year Award five years in a row, and has been featured in several professional articles, telesummits, radio shows, podcasts, print publications, and stages across North America.
She also trains and certifies Professional Real Estate Assistants through her one-of-a-kind North American-wide training program at her REA University.
When she’s not speaking, coaching or creating programs to help small business owners and real estate professionals prosper and grow, you can find her surfing the ‘Net plotting her next travel destination, hanging out with her best buddies watching the latest flick, or snuggling on the sofa with the world’s cutest kitty, Zoe.
Having been to 46 countries so far and counting, it’s no wonder that Pam created a travel company called, Adventurous Life International, teaching entrepreneurs how to mix business with travel. She takes business owners, aged 40-plus to bucket list destinations around the world for a month at a time to work, explore and live in community.
Pam’s latest venture Flourish & Grow to CEO, along with a podcast of the same name, helps established women small business owners finally get off the growth plateau and cross that often elusive 6-figure barrier.