PWN Munich is part of PWN Global, a global network of people accelerating gender balanced leadership in business and society, through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
We have a great community of professional women in PWN Munich. The PWN Munich City Network is currently going through a re-organisation and as such we have suspended the Premium Membership option that comprises access to our Mentoring programme and physical events.
During this re-organisation time, we are delighted to be able to offer you a special Online Membership which will enable you to connect with your international peer group via our member directory; take part in our themed chat forums to access latest news and job opportunities; and, attend all of our PWN Global webinars FREE of charge (along with access to the webinar library to learn at your own convenience).
Once the reorganisation is complete, as a gesture of goodwill, we will upgrade your membership for your remaining membership term to Premium, at no extra cost to you.
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