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  • Advancing Women Executives's estimated annual revenue is currently $10.1M per year.(i)
  • Advancing Women Executives's estimated revenue per employee is $198,000

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  • Advancing Women Executives has 51 Employees.(i)
  • Advancing Women Executives grew their employee count by 16% last year.
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AWE/Advancing Women Executives ( is a leadership program for senior executives with a mission to accelerate the careers of women in business to improve the global economy. Our program provides VP-level and above corporate executives the opportunity to build cross-functional and cross-industry relationships in locally based environments. AWE provides executives with a forum of regular gatherings and personalized services to help expand their professional network. AWE members have the common goal of partnering, supporting, sponsoring and promoting each other. We currently work with corporate executives at companies based in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Chicago and New York. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @WeAreInAWE

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