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Celebrating International Women’s Day at IBM

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In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we wanted to celebrate some of the incredible women leaders that we work with on a regular basis at Watson Customer Engagement. We hope the insights and advice shared below serve as a source of inspiration and empowerment for you on this day and beyond!

We also invite you to join us at IBM Think 2018 to hear from more inspiring women, including Watson Customer Engagement’s GM, Inhi Cho Suh during her keynote address. Learn more about how you can attend the AI event of the year at: ibm.com/events/think.

Celebrating International Women's Day at IBM

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