Asset: Women in Retail Summit

Event | October 14, 2020

Women in Retail Summit
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We can’t wait for the Women in Retail Leadership Summit! This three-day event enables women in leadership positions at retail companies to network, uncover the latest technology tools, share best practices, and discuss industry trends.

We’re excited to meet fellow executive women at leading retailers and brands.

☕️ Let’s Connect! 

Schedule time to meet with us! We’ll be in the neighborhood and would love to grab a coffee with you! (JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort and Spa, here we come!)

Meet with us!

Be sure to check out www.womeninretailsummit.com for more information. 

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