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Circum-Alert: For the Ladies - Networking & Cocktail Reception

Want to take your career to new heights in 2013 and meet phenomenal young female professionals in Ghana? 

Attend the Young, Fabulous & Savvy event!

Thursday, January 10, 2013, 6:00pm-8:30pm, 15GHS, Golden Tulip. See below for full details.


Young, Fabulous, & Savvy Event Series

Event Details: An exclusive reception and panel discussion where leading female achievers in media, entertainment, technology, and entrepreneurship inspire and motivate young women with their life stories, sisterly advice, and honest perspective.

Date: Thursday January 10th, 2013 from 6:00pm-8:30pm

Venue: Golden Tulip Hotel, Liberation Road, Accra

Featuring: TV Personality Deborah Vanessa, Helena from Aya Morrison, Abena from MultiTV, Renee from ReneeQGhana, Kuorkor from Twists & Locs Salon, Safoa from Sa4a Designs, and Claudia from Glitz Africa Magazine along with other special guests.

Attendees: Limited seats available for young professional women.

Company Overview: The Savvy Madam is committed to providing young African women the skills, resources and connections they need to succeed as professional women. With an online platform full of tips and advice and local events that connect women, The Savvy Madam aims to showcase the successes of professional African women and inspire the next generation.


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