The Heart Link Women's Network Sponsors Location in Pakistan to Help Women Learn Business Skills

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The Heart Link Women's Network sponsors first location in Pakistan to help women learn business skills.

Heart Link Networking meeting in Pakistan

Dreams really do come true, and at The Heart Link Women's Network, we are dedicated to doing all we can, to help connect and encourage women around the world," Dawn Billings, CEO and Founder of The Heart Link Network.

The Heart Link Women's Network Sponsors Location in Pakistan to help women develop business skills. The Heart Link Network is excited to introduce their new leader Shamim Khurram, in Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan.

Shamim Khurram has expertise in food & nutrition, family, relations, child development, (FRCD), family economics, community development, arts & crafts, Institutional Management, sociology, child guidance & nursery school management, and home management.

"We are thrilled to assist, inform and encourage the women of Pakistan in any way possible," says Dawn Billings, CEO and Founder of The Heart Link Women's Network. "We know our cultures are very different, and only want to serve the women of Pakistan in ways that uplift, encourage and honor their cultures, their aspirations and their dreams."

According to 2011 Wiley Periodicals, in an article entitled Businesswoman networking: An Eastern perspective, by Baker Ahmad Alserhan, and Mohammed A. Al-Waqfi, in The Thunderbird International Business Review, networking studies remain limited, often overlooking key structure, content, and cultural issues. This article attempts to fill the gap through describing the networking attributes of composition (who), motives (why), faste and methods (how), and network building and maintenance. Results show that (1) businesswomen indicated a preference for male networks, (2) formal networks were more socially accepted, and (3) online networks are becoming popular. Finally, although businesswomen need to extend their networking activities through participating in mainstream networks, cultural limitations on inter-gender interactions need to be considered; imposing a specific networking model (i.e., male-dominated) might force women into more isolation.

"At The Heart Link Network we are committed to having no woman feel isolated. We believe that through connection, respect, honor, and trust, we can build lasting and meaningful relationships with women around the world to help support and encourage women to live the dreams in their hearts," states Billings. "When I launched The Heart Link Women's Network in March 28, 2008, it was only a dream that we could touch the hearts of women around the world. Now, not quite four years later, we have locations across the U.S., Canada, Australia, and now Pakistan, and we are currently communicating with a woman in Indonesia. Dreams really do come true, and at The Heart Link Women's Network, we are dedicated to doing all we can, to help connect and encourage women around the world."

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