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Women of InfoComm Comes to ISE with Networking Breakfast

For the first time, Women of InfoComm Network will host a breakfast and interactive session at ISE in Amsterdam on February 11.

InfoComm has announced the first ever Women of InfoComm Network Breakfast to come to ISE in February.

The breakfast, hosted at First Lounge restaurant at the Amsterdam RAI from 8-9:30 a.m. on Feb. 11, 2015, will be focused on the promotion and support of women in technology.

“The Women of InfoComm Network breakfast at ISE will explore what women — and men — in the industry can do to encourage women into successful longterm careers in technology,” says Betsy Jaffe, Vice President of Communications at InfoComm International. 

The breakfast will be presented by Sarah Joyce, vice president of EMEA at Electrosonic, and a member of InfoComm International Board of Directors. She will share insights and experience from her 20 years in the industry.

Diana Danziger, organizational development and leadership consultant, will also be hosting an interactive session, which concludes with networking and a roundtable discussion about potential Women of InfoComm activities in Europe and beyond.

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The Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) is a global network of individuals who are committed to promoting and empowering women in the AV and IT industries. Members are encouraged to participate in WIN’s live and online events throughout the year to make connections, find resources and mentors, pursue education and identify opportunities.

WIN aims to raise awareness of gender diversity and celebrates the achievements of women who work in AV and IT.

The cost to attend the breakfast is 40 Euros. To participate, sign up at

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