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On Oct. 30, Automotive News will host its third annual Leading Women Conference in Detroit. This event draws more than 600 business leaders who are committed to advancing the role of women in automotive.
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A chance to learn. An opportunity to mentor. A place to network. An afternoon of renewal, inspiration and empowerment. The second annual Automotive News Leading Women Conference in Dearborn, Mich., last week was all that and more.