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Tuesday, July 13 2010

As you know, the Woman2Woman Business Group targets high profile, female professionals across all industries, promoting women in business. http://www.woman2womanbusiness.com/

Ticket price includes buffet and one drink (to be used for coffee, tea, soda, beer or wine)

As you are fully aware, networking is one of the most powerful business tools in the world, this will be a great opportunity to meet new people, discuss topics from finance and investing, to health and medicine, to beauty and entertainment, entrepreneurs success stories, plus so much more! This first event will be a meet and greet, a chance for us to get to know each other.

The main purpose of W2WBnetwork is to mentor to and not to sell to. The vast majority of networking groups say they network when in actuality everyone tries to sell their goods or services to you. In all frankness, networking in and of itself is a way for each individual to market themselves, which is selling their brand. However, I know that we can do this in a more constructive way by being first a mentor and nurturer to each other, then working to promote each others businesses in the most positive and productive way.

I look forward to meeting each and every one of you there, please feel free to invite other businesswomen contacts who you think would benefit from being part of such a network.

Please register using the following link: http://woman2womanatlantanetworkingevent.eventbrite.com/

Any questions please don't hesitate to call/e-mail me.

Claire Broome

Atlanta Chapter Leader, Woman2Woman Business

Cell# 404-556-7023

(This networking event is for ladies only please)

A little about Businesswomen in Atlanta

We all live and work in Atlanta; Metropolitan Atlanta is the ninth largest area in the country, inhabited by approximately 5.5 million people. Like most areas in the Sun Belt, the Atlanta region has seen explosive growth in the past decade, adding more than 1.13 million residents between 2000 and 2008. It is the second-fastest growing area of the United States.

Major employers include General Motors, Kia, Delta Airlines, AirTran Airways, Ford Motor Company, CNN, TNT, The Weather Channel, Cox Enterprises, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Cox Radio, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Emory University, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Several major national and international companies are headquartered in Atlanta or its nearby suburbs, including the Coca-Cola Company, Home Depot, United Parcel Service, AT&T Mobility, Newell Rubbermaid, Arby's, Chick-fil-A, Earthlink, Equifax, Gentiva Health Services, Georgia-Pacific, Oxford Industries, RaceTrac Petroleum, Southern Company, SunTrust Banks, Mirant, Waffle House, NCR Corporation, and First Data.

The size and diversity of this marketplace is impressive and it will likely always remain a vibrant center for business.

What percentage of people living in Georgia are women? About 50%

What percentage of companies in Georgia are owned by women? About 30%

What of all these % is the number of fun, intelligent, strong, ambitious businesswomen?

We come from all industries and we need to network with other similar minded businesswomen so we can all contribute, learn, motivate and inspire each other AND promote women in business here in Atlanta.

*The Atlanta Chapter Lead, Fado Irish Pub and Woman2Woman Business (W2WB) are not liable for any alcohol abuse

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