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Advancing Women Conference 2020

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Join us at Advancing Women Conference March 23 & 24, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Calgary.

 If you are looking to:

• make connections with businesses that add value to your operation,

• find a coach or mentor to help you deal with day-to-day issues, succession planning and financing,

• learn from real-world role models that will provide you with leadership tips and tools to succeed in today’s marketplace,

• build your personal brand and learn skills of persuasion and advocacy,

• learn ways to deal with anxiety, depression and mental stress

     • get re-energized and re-focused for the new year ahead, AWC is the place to be.

Take advantage of the discounted group registration price and bring your friends and co-workers. Register at https://www.advancingwomenconference.ca/2020west/registration/

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