Meet the WOMAN! is a business networking event which takes place monthly and addresses both entrepreneurs and women who work in companies and are specialized in a field.
After 6 years and over 200 business networking events for women, an international conference, 70 speakers and thousands of participants, the Women in Business organization promotes the feminine business environment in Romania and offers support for the national and international development of entrepreneurs, but also to specialists who work in companies in middle and top management positions.
Tuesday, November 3rd 2015, at 7:00 pm, we will meet Miruna Enache, Tax Partner EY Romania and the event topic will be „Family businesses and business families”.
The event will be organized at the Ernst & Young Bucharest Tower Center, 22nd floor, 15-17 Ion Mihalache Blvd., Bucharest (map: https://goo.gl/maps/krVWkXjPgQF2).
Miruna Enache is a Partner in the Fiscal Assistance Department of EY Romania. Miruna is a member of ACCA, a tax consultant (CCF) and an expert accountant (CECCAR).
Her significant experience in the fiscal field has been accumulated over 15 years of experience as a tax consultant. Her client portfolio includes big names in the automotive industry, food industry, FMGC, pharma and power industry.
In the last 5 years, she led EY’s team of tax consultants who were involved in transactions in Romania; she leads the team of tax consultants working with the audit department and is a lecturer and speaker at numerous conferences and seminars on fiscal and entrepreneurship organized by EY or other collaborators.
The attendance fee is 90 lei (no VAT/coffee break included).
The event access is done only by reserving a seat and upon confirmation registration. Women in Business members benefit from a 25% discount from the attendance fee.
The attendance fee for WIB members is 67.5 lei (no VAT/coffee break included).
You can register at: firstname.lastname@example.org, and for further information contact us at: +40 762 677 111.
After confirmation, payment is done in the Women in Business account: RO 58 BTRL 044 01 205 T 606 20XX opened at Banca Transilvania, CIF 27192595. Proof of payment shall be sent via e-mail to: email@example.com, together with the following information: your name, company, position and contact information.
BENEFITS FOR ATTENDING THE EVENT
• The promotion of the business or field in which you are active • Access to business information • Contacts, business partnerships and future contracts
ACCESS TO THE EVENT IMPLIES
• Paying the event attendance fee • Professional attitude • Business cards • Respecting the event hour
18:30 – Participant registration & coffee
19:00 – Event starts
19:15 – Each participant introduces herself and the business/job she has
20:20 – A presentation on the topic is delivered by the event speaker
20:35 – Q&A
20:55 – Raffle with prizes offered by partners
21:00 – Business Networking
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ABOUT WOMEN IN BUSINESS
Founded in 2009 by Alice Botnarenco, the Women in Business organization develops projects which address entrepreneurs and women who work in companies. In 2012, Alice represented Romania at the Global Summit of Women, the largest international economic forum for women, relaunched the www.femei-in-afaceri.ro website, positioned as an information portal with information from the female business environment and created the first online business platform for Romanian women. Initially an online community, Women in Business has now over 2000 members on its LinkedIn group and a few thousand participants at over 200 business networking events which took place during its 5 years’ existence.