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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Auckland celebrates the 119th anniversary of the first women’s suffrage at the Memorial in Khartoum Place with music, and speeches. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL8xrwP1MUI
Media Release: Business and Professional Women Celebrates Women Leaders with their new website 24 September 2012 In the same week New Zealand celebrated the right of all women to vote, the New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW … Continue reading
Announcing our brand new website. Click here to view
New Horizons for Women Trustee vacancies New Horizons for Women wishes to appoint at least two new Trustees and applications are invited from members of New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women. If you are passionate about the value … Continue reading
BPW Club of the Year 2012
Fundraising feast Feast” will be the book to have in the kitchen for the summer of 2012. It will feature succulent local food and produce, local characters and local scenery at a standard that should take it to the top … Continue reading
WOMEN CORPORATE DIRECTORS A PLUS DURING ECONOMIC CRISIS During challenging economic times, companies with women directors performed better than companies with all-male boards. A new Credit Suisse report looked at 2,360 companies during a six-year period that spanned the years … Continue reading
Angela McLeod: New PR Manager of BPW International President Freda Miriklis is delighted to announce that Angela McLeod has been appointed Public Relations Manager of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW International). Angela McLeod is the Immediate … Continue reading
We are feminists because someone has to fight for equal pay, so we do.