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For the new gen­er­a­tion, the How Women Work ( HWW) con­fer­ence is just an­other of those HR-based work­shops that fre­quent the con­fer­ence space in the coun­try. Not how­ever, for some­one who has seen the HWW con­fer­ence grow from a small gath­er­ing of in­spir­ing and stim­u­lated women from across sec­tors shar­ing their suc­cess sto­ries and help­ing jump-start many a stay-at-home mom's ca­reer. The women who worked be­hind the scenes at the con­fer­ence would in later years be seen head­ing cor­po­rates, help­ing coach na­tion­als and giv­ing ex­pert opin­ions

The How Women Work con­fer­ence stays true to its core val­ues.

on what has to be done to help im­prove the pro­fes­sional sce­nario of the coun­try. But more than any­thing, the con­fer­ence helped forge bonds and cre­ate mean­ing­ful con­nec­tions be­yond busi­ness and work.

We talk to Carolin Zeitler, Founder of How Women Work, and re­mind read­ers of how this small con­fer­ence has grown to be­come an an­nual af­fair that peo­ple wait to at­tend.

Seven years down the line, what are your most in­spir­ing mem­o­ries of HWW?

There have been many in­spir­ing mem­o­ries of HWW over the last seven years, and they

Carolin Zeitler, Founder of How Women Work,

speak­ing at the 2015 HWW con­fer­ence.

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