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CSOFT to Attend Dell Entrepreneur Summit for Women 2015

With the sixth Dell Entrepreneur Summit for Women on the horizon, the excitement and preparation is in full flow. We are excited to announce that our president and CEO, Shunee Yee, will once again attend the invitation-only conference held on June 28-29, 2015.

Dell Entrepreneur Summit

The global event is an exclusive, annual meeting that connects more than 200 top female entrepreneurs in the world allowing them to share insights and best practices as part of a vibrant entrepreneurial community. Having previously been held in Texas, the upcoming summit is set to be in Berlin, a city renowned for leading innovation and global manufacturing in recent years.

Shunee Yee said she was delighted to be attending the summit once again and highlighted how honored she was to share her experiences as a successful female in the business world. She went on to say that she looks forward to seeing the future growth of female business leaders and the further challenges they face when unlocking the true potential of these business owners.

In recent years, the summit has featured such high profile speakers as Pamela Prince Eason of WBENC, Linda Rottenberg of Endeavor Global and Jane Wurwand of Dermalogica. Last year’s summit discussed the various challenges companies face when entering foreign markets and suggested effective solutions. This year, however, focuses on why 2015 is believed to be a break-out year for women leaders and how to make real change for female entrepreneurs globally, as well as revealing the findings of the 2015 Women Entrepreneur Leaders Index. According to Dell, the purpose is to help female entrepreneurs focus on their true passions and grow their own businesses while contributing to the increasingly powerful role that women play in the modern day world of business.

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