Meet the Women Leading the Audio Revolution! A Night of Networking with Women Tech Leaders at Audible
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Whether it's making a long commute something you actually look forward to or powering your daily workout, Audible (an Amazon company) is changing the way we listen. Audible is the world's largest seller and producer of audiobooks and other spoken-word entertainment, enriching the lives of our millions of listeners every day. They have reinvented a media category and are the driving force behind today's audio entertainment revolution.
Want to learn more? Then we'd love to have you attend our evening of networking and tech panel discussion featuring the women tech leaders and allies who make Audible possible.
The event will take place on Tuesday, October 22nd from 6pm to 9pm at the Audible Innovation Cathedral, located at 15 James Street, Newark, New Jersey.
Agenda (subject to change):
6:00pm - Check-In, Networking and Photo Booth fun over Light Food and Refreshments
6:40pm - Opening Remarks by Milena Berry, CEO & CoFounder, PowerToFly
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Unfortunately, PowerToFly and Audible cannot admit outside recruiters to this particular event. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about this policy.
About Audible: Audible is more than the world's leading provider of audiobooks. We're pioneers. We're inventors. We're storytellers. Since 1995, we've been authors of an industry revolution, creating a global destination for insight, information, and imagination built at the speed of the spoken word. Our people are driven by a collective passion for amplifying the human voice and enriching the cities and communities we call home. Together, we're changing the narrative on storytelling.
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