Activate, which offers women the opportunity to start their own technology companies, is offering free introductory sessions in person or online starting April 23 for women to learn more about the program. In-person sessions are offered in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Troy.
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More than 20 women of virtually all ages and stations gave up a chunk of a sunny Saturday to attend a new entreprenership program being offered by Inforum, the former Women’s Economic Club.
Inforum and Saginaw-based Women in Leadership Mid-Michigan announced the merger of their membership organizations, expanding Inforum into the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Inforum announced this week that its first Activate Michigan class will kick off Tuesday, Aug. 28 at the University of Michigan – Dearborn. Activate Michigan is a proven methodology that guides women through the earliest stages of idea validation and technology commercialization.
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Fresh from The Wall Street Journal’s 2012 Women in the Economy Task Force Conference, Joanna Barsh, a director at McKinsey & Co., will give Inforum members and guests a first-hand look at McKinsey’s groundbreaking new study, “Unlocking the Full Potential of Women at Work.”
If your goal is to be an agent for real change, it’s good to be the boss. That’s the message Charlotte Beers – one of the first female corporate leaders and one of the most influential figures in American advertising – has for American women.
High-growth, entrepreneurial-minded companies in Michigan are more likely than publicly held companies to employ a woman in a key leadership role.
Carol Cain has a fireside chat with Mary Barra, senior vice president of global product development for General Motors. Get more info on the event.