No Limits Conference For Women

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Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce says
Please join us April 28, 2016 in Houston, Texas as we make the Eighth Annual Greater Houston Women’s No Limits Conference the most successful to date, demonstrating to our business community that women truly have no limits, and showcasing the real power of Houston women.

It is no accident that the very first international conference for women happened in Houston in 1977. It is also no accident that Houston is America’s most diverse city, consistently rated one of the top places to live and work, and that FORBES Magazine forecasts Houston to be America’s next great global city.

We have had and will continue to have nationally and internationally recognized speakers, from First Ladies Laura and Barbara Bush, to the first Asian woman to receive a Pulitzer Prize. Our panel of CEOs and C-suite executives will share invaluable business insights that members can take back to the office and use for creating real change. Ten breakthrough women will be honored as well, across wide-ranging fields from medicine to economic development.

Cognizant of our role to empower ours and the next generation, proceeds from the No Limits Conference benefit the Chamber’s diverse work in our community. Our programs include the following: Houston On Board, an initiative to increase the number of women serving on corporate boards; Smart Start for Women Entrepreneurs, a program to help entrepreneurs start and/or expand their business, stabilize and increase their incomes, create additional employment and contribute to the economic development of the Greater Houston area; STEAM Town USA, an initiative to increase the exposure of third grade girls to math and science through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) concepts, improve grades and graduation rates, and encourage girls to pursue STEAM careers; and, of course, our scholarship program providing scholarships for deserving female students graduating from Aldine, Conroe, Ft. Bend, Houston, Spring, and Spring Branch School Districts to attend a Texas college of their choice.

7:30 a.m.| Registration, Networking & Shopping
8:00 a.m.| Breakfast & Program
9:00 a.m.| Networking & Shopping Break
10:00 a.m.| Conference Program
12:00 p.m.| Lunch & Presentation
2:00 p.m.| Networking & Shopping Break
2:30 p.m.| Breakout Session I
3:45 p.m.| Breakout Session II
4:45 p.m.| Champagne Reception

Tickets $350, Expo Booth $1,500
Table Sponsorships Begin at $5,000
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By: Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce

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