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Women Who Excel Inc. is a business women’s networking group geared toward women in home-based businesses, in offices and stores, mobile, women entrepreneurs, sales, consultants, distributors, business owners, and those exploring new opportunities.
We host 5-6 business networking events per month, publish a yearly member directory (our WWE 24th Directory of members will come out Feb. 26/13) and help to promote our members on both our corporate and private social network websites.
Now in its 25th year covering the Hamilton-Wentworth and Halton regions – Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Waterdown, Hamilton, Ancaster, Stoney Creek, Glanbrook, and Grimsby, WOMEN WHO EXCEL INC. is a communication tool that helps you increase revenue by providing opportunities to meet and sell products and services to new and recurring prospects and decrease costs by meeting new suppliers and building partnerships.
WOMEN WHO EXCEL INC. is not a service group but we collect canned food, clothes, postage stamps, computer cartridges, and loose change for various charities.
Register today at 1-800-363-0268 x3 or firstname.lastname@example.org!
Join us for our upcoming networking events! Women Who Excel offers different types of events suited to your business, or schedule.
Our events cover the Hamilton-Wentworth and Halton Regions: Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Waterdown, Ancaster, Hamilton, Stoney Creek and Grimsby — wherever our WWE members have their businesses.
Choose from Business Tips Breakfast Meetings, Bi-Monthly Network Dinner Meetings, Bi-Monthly Mini Tradeshows and Seasonal Fashion Shows, or twice-monthly Business Card Bingo.
I have done a lot of networking over the past 10 years and found that Women Who is Excel has grown my business more than anything else.
I believe that it is because it allows great relationships to form as we meet with a lot of the same women every month.
I love hearing the talks about the other businesses as Christine uses speakers within the group.
I used to think this was not a good idea and that I would rather hear an outside speaker but not so, as the relationship building does not occur.
Networking is all about building good relationships.
Thank you Christine for the networking you offer!
Judi Kruzins, Cruise & Travel Consultant
“Cruise With Kruzins”