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- A businessperson (businessman, businesswoman) is a person involved in the business sector – in particular someone undertaking activities (commercial or...
- This is a list of notable businesswomen from India. Archana Bhargava, Chairman and Managing Director, United Bank of India Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson...
- Georgia is the Latinate feminine form of George, after Georgiana and Georgina. The Italian cognate is Giorgia, the Gr**** is Γεωργία. Georgia Apostolou...
- Jessica Tan (born 1977) is a Singaporean business executive, currently the co-chief executive officer, executive director and executive vice president...
- is a Bahraini businesswomen who leads the Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society. The society aims to provide a space for Bahraini businesswomen to network and...
- The following is a list of notable individuals ****ociated with Barnard College through attendance as a student, service as a member of the faculty or staff...
- The Shambles, York, North Yorkshire, England Feast 30 August Patronage businesswomen, converts, martyrs, Catholic Women's League, Latin M**** Society...
- Mart Holdings. She was listed in Forbes Magazine’s Asia’s 50 Power Businesswomen in 2014. Win was born in 1975 at Yangon. Her family opened its first...
- Sene Naoupu (née: Fanene) is an Ireland women's rugby union international. Naoupu was a member of the Ireland team that won the 2015 Women's Six Nations...
- Asia-Pacific by Fortune magazine 2014,2015: Most Influential Chinese Businesswomen by Fortune magazine 2013: "Woman in the Mix" for business by Forbes...
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