Women’s Industry Network (WIN) Archives -
Women’s Industry Network Supports ‘Headbands Of Hope’

More than 200 WIN members participated in creating headbands that were later donated to children with cancer at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital located in Hollywood, Florida.

Women’s Industry Network Offers Discounted Membership Special

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is offering an 18-month membership promotion for only $99. This special price runs from late July through Aug. 31 and offers membership for the remainder of 2019 and all of 2020.

Women’s Industry Network Adds 7 New Members To Board

The WIN board is designed to further the network’s mission to promote women in the collision repair industry, support professional development, create a wide network of women across the country and provide educational tools for young professionals.

Registration Now Open For WIN ‘Racing To Connect’ 2018 Educational Conference

WIN says this year’s conference theme, “Racing to Connect,” is reflected throughout the conference agenda, with content focused on connections between individuals, among teams and even within connected cars.

Women’s Industry Network Heads To Denver For 2017 Annual Educational Conference And Awards Celebration

In addition to the professional development programming, the educational conference will once again feature the Most Influential Women and scholarship awards as part of the celebratory gala dinner.

Women’s Industry Network To Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary At 2016 Educational Conference In Tampa

In addition to a comprehensive lineup of professional development programming, the Educational Conference will feature the Most Influential Women awards as part of the celebratory gala dinner, as well as the association’s annual scholarship walk fundraiser. Program specifics will be published as they become available.

Women’s Industry Network Surpasses 400 Members In 2015

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has reported that record membership numbers have been achieved in 2015. The organization recently revealed that the group is now comprised of more than 400 women and men from a vast number of segments within the collision repair industry.