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Women & Business Networking Events




Enjoy cocktails and light bites while networking at Pittsburgh Magazine's quarterly Women & Business reception presented by S&T Bank. The stories of four respected industry professionals and an inspiring keynote presentation will be shared with an elite audience of business owners and executives. 

 

February 13, 2019 
5:30 - 8 pm 
Westmoreland Museum of American Art 
 

Individual tickets: $40 
$20 benefits Pressley Ridge 



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Topic: How to grow your company this year: Lessons from one of the region's fastest growing companies 
Keynote Speaker: Kathleen Sarniak-Tanzola, CEO of Jeannette Specialty Glass 

Kathleen Sarniak is the CEO of Jeannette Specialty Glass, a glass manufacturing plant in Jeannette. The factory has historically produced pressed glass products for commercial, industrial, and mechanical needs. Kathleen joined the company in April 2003, which has products in over 2000 showrooms internationally and has grown into a full scale designer line of products for every space in the home. This year Jeannette Specialty Glass will launch new products into the bakeware, pet, and after-life market and a new line of bathroom vanities.


 

Who should go to this event? Women interested in business development, entrepreneurship and networking. Corporations, small businesses and nonprofits are all well-represented, which creates a warm and inviting place to meet new people. Many long-term business relationships have been formed in the 10-year history of these events. 

The reception is catered with a generous assortment of appetizers. The bar will serve complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks. 

 

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