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Top 50 Women in Business Awards 2008 in The Ronald Reagan Room at Fess Parker’s Doubletree Resort in Beautiful Santa Barbara. Hosted by The Pacific Coast Business Times and our Friends at Business First Bank www.pacbiztimes.com http

Meryl Streep narrates film about Women for Women International’s www.womenforwomen.org programs in war-torn countries empowering women to rebuild their lives. Rights awareness training, job skills education and microcredit loans enable women to sustain an income after graduating from the program – some starting their own businesses. They are the new definition of a business woman. Meet them now.

www.ruzankhambatta.com Ruzan stands apart as successful Business Woman, a Youth Icon as well as IT entrepreneur who has a strong business acumen and practises business innovation with lots of awards to her credit. Ruzan is a regularly sought after management and motivational speaker. Ruzan is a firm believer of women empowerment. Ruzan is a woman who always wants to innovate and xperiment – unconstrained by convention.

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www.ruzankhambatta.comRuzan stands apart as successful Business Woman, Youth Icon as well as IT entrepreneur who has a strong business acumen and practices business innovation with lots of awards to her credit. Ruzan is a regularly sought after management and motivational speaker who also mentors entrepreneurs. Ruzan is a firm believer of women empowerment. Ruzan is a woman who always wants to innovate and experiment – unconstrained by convention

Complete video at: fora.tv Author and advertising executive Nina DiSesa discusses the balancing act successful businesswomen must play between their home and professional lives. —— Seducing the Boys Club: Uncensored Tactics from a Woman at the Top with Nina DiSesa. Nina DiSesa gives a wry reality check on how to get ahead and thrive in the testosterone-driven business arena. A master communicator, ceiling crasher, and one of the most successful women in the corporate world, DiSesa is also a big-time realist who has figured out that S&M – seduction and manipulation – is the secret to winning over (and surpassing) the big guys – The Commonwealth Club of California Nina DiSesa has worked in the quintessential boys clubs of advertising for almost thirty years. In 1994, she became the first woman EVP, Executive Creative Director for McCann Erickson New York, the flagship office of the largest advertising agency in the world. Under her creative leadership, the New York office enjoyed an unprecedented 5-year growth period adding almost $2.5 billion in billings. In 1998, she was made Chairman as well as Chief Creative Officer of McCann New York. She was the first woman and first creative director to be named chairman in the McCann global network. In 1999, Nina was chosen by Fortune magazine as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in American Business.” In 2005, she received the Matrix Award, given each year to a select group of women in communication. In 2007, she was inducted

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SMEDA’s Women Business Fair achieves success Lahore, June 23, 2009 Ms. Shaheen Attiquer Rehman, Former Minister and Social Welfare Leader opened the two-day Women Business Fair arranged by Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) today at a local hotel to commemorate 2nd Anniversary of its Women Business Incubation Center. Mr. Shahid Rashid, Chief Executive Officer, SMEDA delivered address of welcome in the inaugural ceremony which was attended by a large number of women business leaders including SMEDAs GM Syed Iqbal Anwar Kidwai and Mr. Muhammad Jamil Afaqi; Mr. Liaqat Ali Gohar, Convener, Organizing Committee of the Fair, Ms. Aisha Amjad, Project Director, WBIC and Ms. Maimona Sattar, Project Manager, WBIC. While addressing as Chief Guest of the inaugural ceremony, Ms. Shaheen Attiqur Rehman appreciated SMEDA endeavors to enhance economic empowerment of women in the country. She urged SMEDA to continue its efforts in the same zeal. She appealed the government to further strengthen national institutions like SMEDA. Mr. Shahid Rashid, Chie Executive Officer SMEDA, in his address of welcome expressed thanks to the women enterepreneurs for extending warm response to the Fair by booking a large number of stalls to display their products. He told that SMEDA organizing committee had to expand lay out of the stalls from 40 to 50 to meet pressing demand of women entrepreneurs for having stalls in the Fair CEO SMEDA said that basing upon success of the first

This is the second part of 2-part series with Veenaben Parikh at Women Entrepreneurship Forum hosted by We: Connecting Women Entrepreneurs & Point10 where she candidly talked about her entrepreneurial journey. She has received the “Rashtriya Ratna” award by Hon. President Pratibha Patil for the year 2007-08 !

www.WomenBuildingBridges.com If “One man with courage constitutes a majority,” what can be said of five women with a mission to change the world . . . the world of possibilities women everywhere can and should be reclaiming for themselves? The five women of this website include four entrepreneurs and a fifth, a woman of considerable prominence at the corporate offices of the XanGo organization who supports their vision. Directed to the network marketing industry where the vast majority of the grunt work is performed by women at the bottom, but men dominate the top, this website is designed to encourage competent women everywhere to reframe what is possible to them, and to stop being their own worst enemies. Changing their world begins with changing the way they see themselves, and learning, practicing, and internalizing business habits of success. These five women have modeled the way. They are, without exception, individuals who have developed their own style of leadership, who are decision makers, and who reject excuse-making as a slow road to nowhere. Their message is simple You can do it too!

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