WCD 2020 Americas Institute - WomenCorporateDirectors

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  • Feb 10 - 12, 2020

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Why Attend

Up to 100 corporate directors and C-suite executives, representing companies from the S&P 500 to large family-owned businesses with more than $200 million in revenue, are expected to attend the Americas Institute in Miami, Florida on February 10-11, 2020, to discuss compelling topics as part of the theme, FOCUS – How Culture, ESG and Technology are Radically Changing Board Agendas.

The Institute offers inspiring conversations with leading directors, analysis of the critical issues being discussed in boardrooms today, and the sharing of leading ideas and perspectives, all in an intimate peer group setting, that allows attendees to go deep-fast.

Reasons To Attend

    We keep things interactive. Feel free to ask panelists questions or connect after the panel for a one-to-one conversation.
    Intentional networking time will be provided to help each director maximize the value of their participation, through a group breakfast, lunch, and a scenic dinner cruise around beautiful Biscayne Bay.
    Participate in industry roundtable discussions.

    Increase your global connectivity. WCD is the world’s largest organization for women who serve on corporate boards, and as such, members and guests have the opportunity to open the door to new relationships and opportunities.
    Have the opportunity to learn about open board positions.

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