Antitrust policy
It is the policy of the Network of Executive Women to strictly comply with all applicable antitrust laws. Since some of the members of NEW work for competing companies, it is essential that competitors avoid any discussions that could violate antitrust laws. Examples of topics that cannot be discussed by competitors are: Prices; other terms of sale; market shares; labor, production or raw material costs; production levels or curtailing production; customer allocation; market allocation; boycotts of certain customers or suppliers; "punishing” certain competitors for marketplace activities such as offering lower prices or stealing customers. In addition, there may be other industry-specific prohibited topics. Your company’s lawyers can provide more information. Do not allow yourself to be used as a conduit for prohibited discussions between competitors. Prohibited discussions should not take place anywhere – in meetings, social events, hallways, restrooms or elsewhere. If a competitor initiates a discussion of a prohibited topic, terminate the conversation immediately and blame "the lawyers” if necessary. If you are unsure about a particular conversation, terminate it and seek clarification from your company’s lawyers.

Cocktail attire – dresses for women and dark suits for men – is requested at our Red Carpet reception and Hall of Fame dinner September 19. Business or business casual attire is recommended for sessions and events.

Portions of the Summit will be photographed and taped for use by the Network of Executive Women. Attendance at the Summit constitutes consent to be recorded.

Register Now

Foundation sponsors

Grand sponsors

AccentureDeloitteThe Kroger Co.
Ahold USAGeneral MillsUnilever
CotyJohnson & JohnsonWalgreen Company
Delhaize GroupKellogg CompanyWhite Wave

Anniversary sponsors

CrossmarkEJ GalloNestlé Waters
CVS CaremarkThe Hershey CompanyStarbucks

Special thanks

One Source IndustriesLynx Hispanic MarketingPublix
Image BaseDFV Wines