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This is the value of women's business networks - new research

Women’s business networks are seen by their members as spaces that can bring about collective change and transformation, with immense professional and personal value. Image: Unsplash/LinkedIn Sales Solutions

Elina Meliou

Reader in Organisational Behaviour, Aston University

Florence Villesèche

Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School

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Women's business networks were also widely praised for valuing intersectionality. Image: Pexels/Visual Tag Mx

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