Save the Date: Women in CE Announces Keynote Speaker for CEDIA EXPO 2013 Breakfast

Nicole Mangina, Founder and CEO of The Success Perspective, to Speak at Annual Event

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- July 16, 2013 -- On the heels of its successful Career Enhancement Forum, Women in Consumer Electronics (CE), an industry organization focused on empowering women, building networks, and supporting career opportunities in the consumer electronics industry, today announced that Nicole Mangina, founder and CEO of The Success Perspective, will be the keynote speaker at the organization's fifth annual breakfast event at CEDIA EXPO 2013. Mangina will present "Secrets to Being Successful in Business and Having a Life." The Women in CE event will be held on Sept. 28 at 7:30 a.m. at the Denver Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom 4.

The keynote speech will address how participants can truly shatter the ceiling of frustration once and for all in order to earn more money, have more fun, and experience a more fulfilling personal life. Specific discussion topics will include how members can master their outer game to stay on track in today's fast-paced world; master their inner game to make more money without working more hours; and winning strategies for being successful in business and having a fulfilling life.

"I am honored to be speaking at this year's Women in CE breakfast at CEDIA EXPO 2013," said Mangina. "My talk revolves around discussing how participants can focus on finding the right puzzle pieces in their lives rather than looking for balance, which can cause stagnation when not properly applied. I look forward to empowering the audience to find personal success formulas that can be applied to the different facets of both their personal and professional lives."

Nicole Mangina is the founder and CEO of The Success Perspective, a company renowned for producing quick, solid, and enviable results. A master in the art of sales, productivity, and perceptive business strategies, Mangina is also an expert in inspiring others to take action and achieve success, leading to more fulfilling lives. She maintains a weekly blog, performs dynamic training programs, and brings a lead-by-example approach to real-world challenges, focusing on tangible applications with a dose of humor to create favorable outcomes.

"Nicole is a truly special speaker to have at our event," said Carol Campbell, founder of Women in CE. "She brings a keen analytical approach that helps people streamline businesses, super charge income, and improve quality of life. I have no doubt that our members will greatly benefit from her talk and we look forward to both welcoming her and learning more about her successful strategies."

Tickets for the annual Women in CE breakfast event at CEDIA EXPO 2013 go on sale on July 29 via the organization's website, Ticket prices are $25 for members and $35 for non-members.

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