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Twin Cities Spring Networking Luncheon
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When: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Where: Sheraton Minneapolis West
12201 Ridgedale Drive
Minnetonka, Minnesota  55305
United States
Contact: Lauren Martinez

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Thinking Clearly in Times of Change

Edie Weiner, president of Weiner, Edrich, Brown Inc., a leading futurist consulting firm, will help members identify important opportunities in marketing, product development, strategic planning, investments, human resources and public affairs. Weiner, one of the most influential practitioners of social, technological, political and economic intelligence-gathering, is the author of three books: Supermanaging, Office Biology and Insider's Guide to the Future. She is founder of Esteem Teams, an innovative program that teams women executive mentors with inner city teens.

This event features award winning Futurist and global best-selling author, Edie Weiner. She will share insights on A View from the Future:

· How we need to change the way we think from what was to what is
· Eight growth propositions of the emerging Economy
· Between us -- Leadership & Power

Registration fee
Registration fee $60 per person

Attendee List

Register today -- online registration closes Sunday, April 24.
Last-minute attendees and walk-ins may be subject to late fees.

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

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Cancellation and Refund Policy
Full refund or registration transfer 10 business days prior to the event date. To request a refund or registration transfer please email

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At any gathering, whether an informal or formal program, national or regional event, participants must abide by the Network of Executive Women anti-trust policy. 

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