Women’s Business Exchange Celebrates 35 Years

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The Women’s Business Exchange is Seattle’s longest-running women’s business networking group. On September 12th WBE is hosting a 35th Anniversary Gala Dinner event featuring Keynote Speaker Leslie Mackie, internationally acclaimed baker, pastry chef, and founder of Macrina Bakery.

The Women’s Business Exchange has been serving working women since 1979, dedicated to expanding the wisdom, influence and leadership of women in the workplace, whether they are in business for themselves or part of a larger organization. 

In celebration of 35 years, WBE is hosting a Gala Dinner Event on September 12, 2013, from 5:30 -9:30pm at the Women’s University Club in Seattle, Washington. The evening includes cocktail hour, live jazz by the Tell Tales, hors d’oeuvres, and a fabulous 3-course dinner.
Keynote Speaker Leslie Mackie will offer great insights of “How Intuition and Hard Work Create Delicious Success”. What is the secret ingredient to your dream job? How do you mix following your bliss with reality to create a career that you honestly care about? No one is an expert at everything. Not every task at work is a joy. And it’s not just about the dough. Some people have a knack for making it work and making it big. Find out on September 12th at the 35th Anniversary "Where Inspiration Leads" event. Treat yourself to an evening of entertainment and insight at this all-inclusive social and networking gala. Learn more and register at http://www.wbex.org or call 206.369.7659. 

WBE History: WBE was founded in 1979 by Donna Nunn as a means to help working women develop better business and management skills at a time when women were still new to the professional workforce. Her approach—as unique then as it is now—was based on the belief that women are most successful when inspired by models of success and when empowered to bring their whole selves into their careers and businesses.
Three decades later, WBE continues to offer working women safe harbor, friendship, fresh perspectives, and the opportunity for business and professional growth. The Women’s Business Exchange believes that this work—and the success of working women in America—is as critical and relevant today, as it has always been. http://www.wbex.org/.

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