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“When The WIN asked me to be the Global Women’s Summit Event Director in the Netherlands and CEO Paula Fellingham told me about their vision of women helping women and families worldwide, there was no doubt in my mind that I would do this.
It has been an amazing and very rewarding journey. Meeting all these fabulous women while preparing the event and meeting with all the award winners was like a gift to me. My network of powerful women grew everyday, not just in the Netherlands but worldwide. The energy during the Summit was unstoppable so we all continued to meet together each month after the Summit. We continued to create more and more initiatives, more and more sharing, more co-creation, more creating the future together.
The vision of the Summit, focusing on Entrepreneurism, Enlightenment and Education was exactly what I needed in my own business. Because of the Global Women’s Summit in Amsterdam, my business has been growing ever since and I just love it! There is so much energy! I will definitely be an Event Director for Summits in 2012. I am already in touch with women in Madrid, Brasil, Aruba, and other countries who will help us expand Global Women’s Summits so we can reach out to more and more women worldwide!”
By Paula Fellingham on April 16, 2014
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