West Side Women Monthly Networking Meeting is September 12th

August 11th, 2016 11:02 AM

By West Side Women

The West Side Women networking group will host our monthly meeting on Sepetember 12th at 8am at Alice's Restaurant, 5658 W. Madison St. in Chicago. All women are invited to attend and make local connections. Bring your business cards!
West Side Women was created in 2013 when Austin Weekly News and Wednesday Journal saw the need to help bridge the gap between the city and the suburbs. This free networking group has over 300 members representing a variety of businesses across Chicagoland. All female professionals are welcome to attend. The group meets the first Monday of every month at 8:00am at Alice's Restaurant.
Women empowering women for success through networking, resource sharing and leadership development.
Creating opportunities for diverse women to build relationships and inspire each other throughout their personal and professional lives. Utilizing networking meetings, resource fairs, educational forums, and social gatherings and word of mouth to bring together women of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds using local media as a vehicle.

For more information, or to be added to the West Side Business Network contact list, reach out to Kristen Benford, Media Coordinator for Wednesday Journal Publications: 708-316-3306 or

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