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The Women in the Industry virtual discussion with speaker Alicia M. Rodriguez on Facebook Live.

The Women in the Industry virtual discussion with speaker Alicia M. Rodriguez on Facebook Live.

In September, Soundings Trade Only hosted three special events: The Women in the Industry discussion with speaker Alicia M. Rodriguez on Facebook Live; Pitch the Pros, which featured 10 new-product presentations; and the Leadership Summit, a pre-IBEX session featuring business executive Balaji Krishnamurthy and a marine industry CEO panel.

If you missed any of these events, they are available for viewing using the links here.

Women in the Industry

Pitch the Pros

Leadership Summit

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The next Women in the Industry Virtual Breakfast (Negotiating for Empowerment) is scheduled for Dec. 8 from 8 to 9:15 a.m., with a live watch party during MRAA’s Dealer Week in Austin, Texas.

Click here to register.

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