Boston.com's Global Business Hub blog features the Center For Women and Business successful inaugural forum Moving From Conversation to Action.
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Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business (CWB) today brought together global business leaders to discuss strategies and solutions for advancing women to positions of leadership. The Center’s inaugural forum titled “Moving from Conversation to Action”, highlighted programs and initiatives implemented by businesses to advance women in the workforce.
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