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How To Transform the Rules of Engagement: Forbes Women Summit Starts Tomorrow

I actually got to know about this conference late as it is already sold out but here is what it is about. 

Imagine a room with powerful women in several careers coming together to Transform the Rules of Engagement. In that room, you have 30 women speakers and participants who are set to redefine power.

Speakers are drawn from policy makers, entrepreneurs in various sectors and you can read details here.

The conference starts tomorrow and holds thus:

Opening Reception | June 9, 2015
Park Hyatt New York

Forbes Women's Summit | June 10, 2015
Pier 60 - Chelsea Piers, NYC

Hyatt is said to be the preferred hotel for the 2015 Forbes Women's Summit.

Nigerian women CEOs and Founders need to attend more of this kind of events and you will get alerts about any on this blog.


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