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The publication is part of a network that includes Working Mother magazine, the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), The Business Women's Network, and WorkingWoman.
Bailey Gardiner, Business Marketing Association, Churchill Club, CityJava/BayStart, Conxion, eFounders, Golden State Capital Network, Santa Clara University Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Startup University, National Foundation for Women Business Owners, Software Development Forum, Stanford Graduate School of Business The Haas School of Business, Women's Technology Cluster, WorkingWoman.
It is part of Working Woman Network which reaches women in business through a full-service 360-degree program of online and offline properties including Working Mother magazine, WorkingWoman.
It is part of Working Woman Network, which reaches women in business through a full-service 360-degree program of online and offline properties, including Working Mother magazine, WorkingWoman.
The owner of Working Woman and Working Mother magazines recently launched WorkingWoman.
Working Woman Network reaches women in business through a full-service 360-degree program of online and offline properties including Working Woman and Working Mother magazines, WorkingWoman.
As evidence by our education and training sessions, speakers, experts and our new partnership with WorkingWoman.
Working Woman has targeted this dynamic marketplace for over 25 years, and now WorkingWoman.
Its properties include Working Woman and Working Mother magazines, the National Association for Female Executives, a conference division, The Business Women's Network and WorkingWoman.
Its properties include Working Woman and Working Mother magazines, the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), a conference division, The Business Women's Network (BWN) and WorkingWoman.
Providing the facts for small business, with women currently owning 80% of minority owned businesses, WorkingWoman.
Through an interactive partnership with some of the country's most prominent women's groups, identified as WorkingWoman.