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BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/Photos by Corazon Aguirre
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2016's Brooklyn Power Women in Business Honorees.

Save the date and nominate!

Schneps Communications and Star Network will host the annual Power Women in Business networking and awards event on Thursday, March 23, from 6-9 p.m. at the Grand Prospect Hall (263 Prospect Avenue).

Power Women in Business is a networking event that honors top Brooklyn women for their outstanding leadership and their contributions to the community. The evening affair will include an interactive business expo, followed by a dinner and awards ceremony.

“There is so much talent and there are so many successful businesswomen who give back to the community,” said Lori Pedone, event organizer. “This is an opportunity for them to network with each other and be recognized for all that they do.”

With that in mind, Schneps Communications and Star Network are looking for nominees! To nominate a determined, resourceful and influential business professional, visit www.brooklynreporter.com/nominations.

This year’s event will also honor famed athlete and former championship linebacker for the New York Giants Leonard Marshall as Man of the Year.

For more information or for sponsorship opportunities, please call 718-238-6600 ext. 110 or e-mail Lori at Lpedone@starnetwork.com. To purchase tickets or tables, contact Lori.

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