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Margaret E. Ward


By IMAGE
01st Oct 2013
Margaret E. Ward

Her extensive media background gives Margaret E Ward’s company the edge when it comes to providing her clients with clear corporate communications. As well as being CEO of Clear Ink, she is the founder of networking and seminar group Women On Air, which she chaired until recently and is managing director of Broadly Speaking, a professional media and public speaking company for women, which had its soft launch last May. ?The variety of work we do is very exciting. One day we’re working on a massive project for a global consultancy, and the next on an energy brand,? she says of Clear Ink. And in terms of succeeding in business, she has this to say: ?It’s very important for women in business to help and network with other women in business.?

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