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Advancing Women Conference (AWC) East 2015 - Toronto

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Advancing Women Conference (AWC) East 2015 - Toronto

Time: October 5, 2015 to October 6, 2015
Location: The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.advancingwomenconf…
Phone: Phone: 403-686-8407 Email: events@irismeck.com
Event Type: advancing women conference
Organized By: Iris Meck / Advancing Women Conference
Latest Activity: May 7, 2015

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AWC EAST 2015 will be held at The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, a full-service luxury hotel centrally located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Ontario. It is a fabulous conference facility giving us plenty of room to network and exhibit. Enjoy 4-star accommodations at an excellent price that extends for longer than the conference dates.

AWC EAST 2015 will have the speakers, the networking, the exhibitors, the food and beverages… all at the quality you expect from AWC and IMCI. We took into consideration the feedback we heard from our 2014 participants and tried to implement all the suggestions to make 2015 even more successful than 2014! Come and join us and meet the Advancing Women of 2015!

Please visit this site often for updates, and contact us if you have any questions.

Phone: 403-686-8407
Email: events@irismeck.com
Fax: 403-255-4592
Address: Suite 510, 5920 – 1 A street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G3
Twitter: @advancing_women

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