Florida Business Woman Magazine

Florida Business Woman Magazine

Florida Business Woman, the official publication of BPW/FL, is published three times annually by the Florida Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. (BPW/FL). Membership subscription is included in Federation dues.

The Florida Business Woman welcomes ads!

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Articles of up to one page will be accepted for consideration to be included on a space-available basis. Items to be submitted include:

  • officer and state committee chair reports
  • calendar entries & press releases
  • photos & articles about local organization events, and
  • articles related to our mission that would be of interest to BPW members

Florida Business Woman is produced by:
Sheila Barry-Oliver, Ed.D., Editor
9129 Waterash Lane
Pinellas Park, FL 33782
727-374-3224
[email protected]

Printed by Perfect Copy & Print, 204 37th Avenue North, #148, St. Petersburg, FL 33704.

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