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Breaking Through Barriers for Women in Business, March 4

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Keynote speaker Lucia Gibbons
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WEST ORANGE, NJ - Leading Women Entrepreneurs has always been known for world-class events that provide strong leaders who are willing to share their business experiences with our community.

On Friday, March 4, LWE is proud to present another exciting opportunity, Breaking Through Barriers for Women in Business that will add to our list of prestigious events.

This event will include trending topic discussions and prominent presenters from Nick Mellie, AVP Market Sales Manager and Luisa Martino, Business Payroll Market Sales Manager, both of Wells Fargo and Paula Star, Senior Loan Officer of UCEDC.

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Come with your passion and we will provide the knowledge, the place and the time.

This event will prepare you to experience highly requested topics including: Obtaining access to capital; understanding the better way to business management; the importance of payroll and protection and how to make it work for you, not against you.

Located at May Fair Farms in West Orange, this event will consist of continuous networking and discussions regarding the advancement for women in business.

We look forward to seeing you there. Don’t forget to check for any updates on our social media links and feel free to share with your favorite social business networks. Register at www.LWEWORLD.COM  or call 201-388-9624.

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