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Harper’s Bazaar launches the Bazaar At Work Summit

Harper’s Bazaar is launching the Bazaar At Work Summit – a new day-long conference which will bring together female leaders for a day of talks, panel discussions, interactive workshops and networking opportunities.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 28 July 2017 09:30

Harper’s Bazaar launches the Bazaar At Work Summit

Justine Picardie: “Since 1867, Bazaar has encouraged women to strive for success."

The Bazaar At Work Summit, launched in the brand’s 150th anniversary year, will be held at Sotheby’s New Bond Street on 16 November 2017.

To coincide with the event, Harper’s Bazaar will also unveil The Bazaar Power List, honouring 150 of the most visionary women in business - from entrepreneurs and innovators, to leaders and philanthropists. The list, curated by a panel of experts, will be announced at an exclusive cocktail reception on 15th November.

Justine Picardie, Editor-in-Chief, Harper’s Bazaar, says, “Since 1867, Bazaar has encouraged women to strive for success. Through the new Bazaar at Work Summit we intend to create an experience which makes our audience feel inspired, entertained and informed. At the same time, The Bazaar Power List is an opportunity for us to recognise those women who have been trailblazers for other women in business.”

Lydia Slater, Deputy Editor, Harper’s Bazaar, says, “As Editor of Bazaar at Work, I am thrilled to be driving such an exciting and worthwhile initiative. The Summit will be an unmissable event, attracting senior female delegates and celebrating the incredible achievements of businesswomen from a wide range of industries.”

Victoria Archbold, Director of Events & Sponsorship, Hearst Live, says, “Following the extremely popular Bazaar At Work programme of events, the Bazaar At Work Summit is an dynamic extension of the brand. The summit will provide a unique opportunity for Bazaar’s thoughtful and intelligent audience to connect with other brilliant women.”

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