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Written by Mattie Crombez

Posted on 14/06/2024

Mattie Crombez

Generation WOW: a recap!

Monday’s Generation WOW conference was a vibrant celebration of women’s impact in business. Organized by Angelique Foré, Barbara De Beir and their fantastic WOW-team, the event featured engaging talks by influential speakers such as Randi Zuckerberg and Karen de Sousa Pesse, who shared their journeys and expertise.

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The lineup of speakers included Randi Zuckerberg, Karen de Sousa Pesse, Julie Brown, Ish Ait Hamou, Carole Lamarque, and Rika Ponnet, each delivering inspiring narratives that resonated deeply with the audience, sparking meaningful conversations and igniting passions.

In an interview with Tendens at the conference, Jessica also shared her insights on the importance of women in management roles and the impact of initiatives like Generation WOW.

One of the highlights of the conference was the debut of our very own Generation WOW Networking App. At Bits of Love, we get that women network differently, and most existing products just don’t cut it. That’s why our managing partner, Jessica, led the creation of this app for Generation WOW to enhance the way women connect and network, recognizing the unique approaches women take in building professional relationships. The app included features like the event program, guest list, news updates, and a distinctive Network Corner, allowing attendees to scan personal QR codes for future networking and participate in hand-curated networking groups in Collaboration with Elsje Borms. Read more about it in our case!

Generation WOW celebrates women’s achievements in business and also created opportunities for future collaborations and friendships. The event highlighted our community’s potential through innovative ideas and inspiring leadership. Together, we can rewrite the narrative and shape a brighter future for generations to come.

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