Women's Private Capital Summit 2023
30
Nov
-
01
Dec
2023
When
New York City
USA
Where

The Women's Private Capital Summit is an annual event that brings together women leaders in the private equity and venture capital industries. The summit provides an ideal environment for learning, networking, and collaboration, with a focus on driving deal flow and investment opportunities for women. As the event enters its 15th year, it continues to be a must-attend for women investors, deal-makers, and entrepreneurs. The summit takes place over two days at Convene in New York City's financial district, with a packed agenda featuring keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive sessions. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded peers, exchange ideas, and gain valuable insights from industry leaders. The event is designed to foster meaningful connections and collaboration, with plenty of opportunities to network and build relationships. Overall, the Women's Private Capital Summit is an exceptional platform for women in private equity and venture capital to learn, grow, and succeed. With its high-energy atmosphere and focus on driving deal flow and investment opportunities, the summit is an essential event for anyone looking to stay ahead of the curve in this fast-paced and dynamic industry.

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