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IBM  WomenSpeak Webcast                                                                                        View PDF  


Global Organization for Leadership and Diversity

Invite you to a special viewing of

IBM WomenSpeak Webcast

Wednesday, November 19,2008, 7:15 PM


Marilyn Johnson

Vice President, IBM Market Development

Featured Panelists Include:

Chin-Ning Chu


The Art of War for Women


Asian Marketing Consultants Inc

Sharon Hadary

Executive Director

Center for Women’s Business Research



Hiroko Tatebe

Founder & Executive Director

Global Organization for Leadership and Diversity

Elizabeth Thornton

Chief Diversity Officer

Entrepreneurship Faculty

Babson College


Support Global Entrepreneurship Week

November 17 - 23, 2008

A worldwide celebration of entrepreneurs will take place November 17-23, 2008 during the first ever Global Entrepreneurship Week.  This international initiative is the brainchild of The Kauffman Foundation, and it will join business owners, entrepreneurs, organizations, associations, academic institutions, corporations, and governments in more than 75 countries in hosting activities to support, mentor, celebrate and assist entrepreneurs all over the world.

Corporate sponsors include IBM Corporation, NYSE Euronext, and Ernst & Young, all of which are looking forward to inspiring and unleashing new ideas.

This is a "virtual" celebration, so there is no conference location.  Spread the word, get involved, and help us make this a truly GLOBAL initiative.

Ideas on how YOU can get involved:

·         Teach an entrepreneur class for a day at a local school or college

·         Mentor another entrepreneur for a day

·         Sponsor or host an entrepreneurial "idea" or "think tank"

·         Bring entrepreneurs together via social networks such as Facebook, Myspace or  Second Life

For more information go to: