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CSU’s second annual Women Entrepreneurs’ Leadership Summit

Colorado State University’s Institute for Entrepreneurship and College of Business is hosting the Women Entrepreneurs’ Leadership Summit from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 17 in the West Ballroom in the Lory Student Center.

This program will address challenges women entrepreneurs face in today’s economic environment through advice, consultation, and network connections to encourage the growth of women-led businesses, according to a university news release.

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The keynote speaker for the day is Campbell McKeller, the founder and chief executive officer of Loosecubes, which is a private global office-sharing network. There will be 14 other top women entrepreneurs who will speak throughout the day.

Registration for the event is $60 for the whole day, and a student/faculty rate is available. You can register here.

The Institute for Entrepreneurship is working “to bring entrepreneurship education and training to students across the university,” according to the news release.

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