68% of attendees in 2022 were CEO, Managing Director, Vice President, Director or Senior Manager level meaning you are amongst top decision-makers
An opportunity to establish new relationships and strengthen existing ties through the summit drinks reception and networking lunch
You’ll be joining a prestigious business community with internationally renowned companies, SMEs, start-ups, academia and government.
FT Women in Business Summit Americas
Amid high inflation, weakened consumer demand and labour shortages, businesses remain pessimistic about America's growth prospects in 2023. With leaders in survival mode, how will they maintain their commitments to gender equality and D&I? How can investing in diverse leadership and tackling challenges in the executive pipeline help businesses perform better? Has the SEC’s corporate board diversity requirements helped to shift the balance in America’s boardrooms? Is bolder legislative action required to ensure similar success rates for smaller companies and across different states?
FT Women in Business Summit Americas is aimed at senior business executives across all sectors who are keen to engage, learn and share tactics on inclusive leadership, responsible business and the future of work. This one-day event will give attendees the opportunity to be part of an exclusive community of leaders, as well as provide actionable tips for transformation, innovation and positive change in their businesses. The programme will feature panel discussions, networking opportunities, inspiring keynotes and practical workshops to help achieve leadership skills and strategies for future success.
Participate in cutting edge debate on gender diversity, and hear practical advice and examples from leaders supporting the advancement of women
Join senior business leaders and representatives from leading multi-sector corporate organisations, SMEs and start-ups, academia and government
Find out what you can do to take action and pick up practical tips to help you drive progress and lead by example
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