'Recommended Events' Section Updated. BlogHer added!

Today, I spent about an hour or so re-creating my Recommended Events template. I think it is a great improvement over the previous - it also only takes me about half of much time to upload a new event to this section, thanks to the easy html table designing featured of DreamWeaver.

I've been thinking about really filling this page out, and adding as many conferences as I can get my grubby little hands on.

So, if any BlogHer users have any conferences they'd recommend, email me at kylie@womenco.com - or just simply leave them in the comments here!

This is what we've got so far:

The 19th Annual PBWC San Francisco Conference

Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Time: 9:00am - 5:00 P.M. (P.S.T)

Location: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Theme: Across the Generations
Details: Join the largest gathering of professional women in the San Francisco Bay Area for a day of learning, networking and inspiration. Local and national experts will shared the latest strategies for career advancement, leadership, communication, work/life balance, women's health, personal finance, entrepreneurship, and much more.
Buy your tickets here.

Women for Hire Career Expos
Date: March 25 (Dallas), March 27 (New York), April 1 (Atlanta), April 10 (Los Angeles), April 15 (Boston), April 17 (Philadelphia)
Time: 8:30 A.M
Theme: High-caliber recruiting events that enable talented women in all fields to meet directly with recruiters and hiring managers from top employers.
Details: Free admission. Register on site. Business attire required. Resumes Required for Admittance
Get more information here.

BlogHer Business 2008
Date: April 3-4, 2008
Time: 8:00 A.M
Theme: BlogHer Business brings the world's leading bloggers and businesses together in an intimate setting to strip away the hype and hyperbole and get to the heart of what makes social media work. We understand that your customers are where the action is, and our event is designed to help you reach them.
Details: Welcomes women and men, active bloggers, and all those who are simply interested in what social media means for business.
Get more information here.


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