Registration Now Open For 2015 WIN Educational Conference

Registration Now Open For ‘Create & Cultivate’ 2015 WIN Educational Conference

The event is scheduled for May 4-6 at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriott.

Registration for the 2015 Women’s Industry Network (WIN) Educational Conference is now open. Click here for complete conference and registration information.

This year’s “Create & Cultivate” event is scheduled for May 4-6 at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriott and is packed with speakers from within the collision repair industry. The event also features a celebration of accomplished women in the industry. “We are excited to open registration and provide this opportunity for women in the industry,” said Jessica Rob who serves as WIN’s Conference Committee co-chair.  “Not only will attendees experience an engaging educational program but they will also have the opportunity to “Create & Cultivate” their professional network by exchanging knowledge and experiences with fellow attendees.”

“WIN welcomes women and men from all segments and all levels of professional growth within the collision industry to take part in Create and Cultivate” said Denise Caspersen, WIN chair.  “We’re excited about the richness of the program, having the opportunity to catch up with WIN colleagues, and welcoming the next generation of collision professionals. The celebration of 2015 Most Influential Women will be a wonderful reflection of the breadth of opportunity that our industry offers. It is our belief in WIN as an organization, from the membership to the sponsors to the actions of all our volunteer teams, which continues to move us forward and allows us to offer this exciting educational event.”

For complete conference and registration information, click here. For conference questions, contact Jessica Rob at [email protected] or Yolanda Sandor at [email protected].

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