The 14th annual Texas Conference for Women will be held at the Austin Convention Center on November 19.
Hosted by First Lady Anita Perry, the Texas Conference for Women provides opportunities for business networking, professional development and personal growth. This unique event will feature inspirational keynote speakers, skill-building sessions, and many opportunities to develop new relationships with other women. The conference offers something for everyone with sessions ranging from personal finance to health and wellness to career advancement.
Attendees will have the opportunity to find answers to their most pressing career questions and challenges at the Career Pavilion, which will offer a variety of sessions including resume reviews, an interview analysis booth, social media roundtables and much more.
Exhibitors at the conference will offer a wide range of products and services meaningful to women and will have the opportunity to make new business contacts, present new products, education decision makers and fulfill entrepreneurial outreach, diversity, and recruitment programs.
Some of this year's keynote speakers include Jenny Lawson, Delia Ephron, and Rachael Ray.
Registration is now open with prices increasing on Wednesday, October 9 so register now!
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