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When: 11/3/2010
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Where: Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
151 West 5th Street
Cincinnati, Ohio  45202
United States
Contact: Lauren H. Martinez

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The Cincinnati Network of Executive Women invites you to attend a networking event entitled:

"Making It Happen!” featuring keynote speaker Edwina Dunn - CEO & Co-Founder of dunnhumby.

Please plan to join NEW Cincinnati's  biggest and best event ever, with attendees from universities and over 70 different companies in the consumer products and retail industry.  Mark your calendar and look for your formal invitation & registration link coming soon!

Keynote Speaker:

Edwina Dunn

Edwina Dunn is the CEO and co-founder of dunnhumby. Formerly a vice-president of the market analysis company CACI, Edwina and Clive Humby set up the company in their back bedroom in 1989 with the simple concept that companies who put their customers first through the use of data would soon become their customers’ first choice. Under her leadership, dunnhumby has grown to touch the lives of more than 350 million people the world over, employing more than 1,300 people in 30 offices in Europe, Asia and the Americas

Registration Fee
$60.00 per person

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Schedule of Events
2:30 pm–4:30pm (Reception and networking immediately following)

Register by: October 31, 2010

Last day for a full refund is October 20 -- please see refund policy below.

Who should attend
Emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals that would like to connect with other professionals in the region.

Cancellation and Refund Policy
No refunds within10 business days of the actual event date. 100% refund or registration transfer 10 business days prior to the event. Please make your cancellation/refund request via e-mail at by October 20.  

Anti-trust policy
At any gathering, whether it is an informalorformal program, national or regional event, participants must abide by the Network of Executive Women's anti-trust policy.


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