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

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.

Womens-Industry-Network-LogoWomen’s Industry Network (WIN) announced that the 2016 Educational Conference is scheduled to take place from May 2-4 in Tampa, Florida. The event will mark the 10th anniversary of WIN and the Educational Conference.

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.

Wendy Rogers, one WIN’s 2016 Conference co-chairs said this year’s event “will provide a look back and forward at the continuing opportunities for success of the Women’s Industry Network and its members.”

The Hilton Tampa Downtown will be WIN’s home during the conference. The hotel is situated near the Tampa Convention center and is located within walking distance of several city landmarks. The Hilton’s extensive meeting space will provide the perfect place for attendees to acquire knowledge and inspiration during the two-and-a-half-day event, WIN says.

“The 2016 WIN Educational Conference marks the 10th year of successful collaborations among WIN volunteers, members and sponsors. One of our early educational conferences was held in Orlando, so this 10th anniversary is the perfect time to return to Florida and reflect on how the WIN network has grown and been enriched during this decade,” said Denise Caspersen of National Autobody Parts Warehouse Inc., who also serves as WIN’s chair.

For more information about the conference, becoming a WIN member or sponsor, or to learn more about WIN programs and events, go to womensindustrynetwork.com.

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