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GEW Abuja: Fashion Fuse- Walk the Talk

Dear CEO,

Did you attend the GEW walk yesterday in any city in Nigeria? Or in your country?
Ours held in Abuja, and I Will gist you all about it soon. For now, I want to inform you about another upcoming event in Abuja, you shouldn't miss.

It's the "GEW Enterprise Women Day 2015 Abuja: Fashion Fuse – Walk the Talk"
Date: Wednesday 18th November, 2015
Time: 2.00pm
Venue: Barcelona Hotel, Wuse 2, Abuja

Confirm participation by sending your details (Name, Company Name, Email, Phone No.) to / 08174583181.

The event is open to both male and female and you can invite colleagues, family and friends.

I look forward to seeing you, hoping we can have fun.

If you are not in Abuja, do send me a gist about entrepreneurship events you attend this week. We would be glad to learn from your fun and business connections. Ciao!


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