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Ropate Valemei – Fiji Times – Monday, 11 March 2013 (originally published 07 Mar)
THE finalists who will be announced before the Women in Business Awards night will benefit from the public acknowledgment of their achievement, increased profile and the wide networking.
Being held just a day after the International Women’s Day, everyone attending the awards can expect to witness one of the most prestigious accolades for women in Fiji, celebrating their achievements and empowering other women through business.
WIB executive Jinita Prasad said applications were received from various parts of Fiji and as the judging process commenced, it was expected to be a fierce competition as 64 applicants vie for the three categories . . .