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A few images from the National Association of Women Business Owners [NAWBO] 2010 conference in DC presented in partnership with the Association of Women Business Centers (AWBC).

Carolina from Dare To Glow is back, with another great workshop for women! This time she will be using Mireille Guiliano’s book “Women, work and the art of savoir-faire” as a starting point for exploring the difficulties of trying to lead a happy fulfilled life when you are working long hours. In the book, Mireille Guiliano talks about style, communication skills, risk taking, leadership and much more, all from a perspective of three decades in business. The book is about helping women (and perhaps a few men too…) feel good about themselves, being challenged and engaged in our working lives, and always looking for pleasure in every single day. This will be an essential evening for any woman juggling work and family life, with Carolina’s advice on how to balance it all. Everyone is welcome to attend – the workshop will be held in the bookshop and will begin at 18:30. Tuesday 17 May 2011, 18:30-19:30 OffTheShelf English Bookshop, 15 bvd Georges Favon, 1204 Geneva Switzerland books.offtheshelf.ch

www.ewomennetworkconference.com The 11th Annual eWomenNetwork International Conference & Business Expo returns to the Hyatt Regency Dallas, July 14-17, 2011. Women business owners and entrepreneurs flock to this information extravaganza, which is the largest 4-day women’s business event of its kind in North America. Speakers emphasize the theme of personal and professional empowerment and provide attendees with actionable information to expand and improve their businesses. You can’t afford to miss the exciting pre-Conference events, or the Grand Exhibitor Networking Extravaganza and the Femtor Awards luncheon. The excitement is building for speakers like Lisa Sasevich, Jack Canfield, Vernice “Flygirl” Armour and Linda Clemmons! Don’t miss out, register today! #ewn2011

MomsInBusinessUnite.com written and produced by http Randa: I’m an entrepreneur, and a mom. And I know that moms can run a successful business at any level they choose. All they need is some education and a strong community to surround them and help them reach their goals. Randa: At our annual Moms In Business Unite one day conference, we help women Dream, Discover and Lead. Randa: What’s your dream? Is there a business you’ve been thinking about starting for years? Or maybe you’re already in business, but you’re not sure how to take it to the next level. This conference is an opportunity to invest in yourself and your business for one day. And that can change the other 364 days of the year. Randa: The heart of our conference is education. We have four tracks for women at different stages of their business. Whether you’re just getting started, ready to take your business to the next level, or want to bring a new product to market, we’ve got a curriculum for you. You’ll learn from women who’ve gone before you, discover valuable resources, and be exposed to new technologies like the ones enterprise level companies use. Randa: We equip you to lead in your life, your community and the world. We help you turn your dreams into reality, so you can lead a fulfilling life at work and at home. Kathryn: I came to the Moms in Business Unite conference last year and it literally changed my life. I had all these book ideas in my head, but I never did anything with those dreams. Just

In business, when a keen sense of urgency combines with the deep vision of forethought, powerful opportunities emerge. The NAWBO Womens Business Conference 2009 propels those opportunities to the forefront. Here in the international city of Chicago, executives from among Americas 10.1 million women-owned businesses—from diverse cultures and perspectives—will gather together on June 24-26to Power their Dreams.

AT&T and Fulfilled Promise Tabernacle present the 2010 Professional Women’s Business Conference “Courage Moving Forward.” Held at the Raleigh Convention Center and featuring Keynote Sharon Hill. For more information on the PWBC visit: www.theprofessionalwoman.org.

The genesis behind the creation of the Business Women’s Symposium was a growing realization on the part of several business people that while there are great deal of resources out there for business people, and for Christian women, there was nothing specifically designed for or tailored to the Christian Business Woman. Keys of the Kingdom International and Butterfly Events, LLC recognized that there is a great demand to fill this apparent gap in sources of information both practical and inspirational for those women. Certainly, there are Christian women’s organizations and business women’s organizations, but where has the effort been to draw together women of multiple Christian denominations to help them understand how to express their distinct gifts in a manner that is empowering rather than eviscerating of the uniqueness of woman.

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