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Bondi New York to Sponsor the George Washington University Women in Business Annual Spring Conference

NEW YORK, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bondi New York, the five-free and fashion-forward nail lacquer brand today announced that it will be one of the sponsors of the 2014 George Washington University Women in Business Annual Spring Conference.

Bondi New York, five-free and fashion-forward nail lacquer.

Now entering its fifth year, the GW Women in Business Spring Conference provides a forum for women (and men) to engage with business visionaries and to develop the skills and tools to make a difference in the world through meaningful and powerful careers.

Confirmed keynote speakers for this years event include Marla Malcolm Beck, Co-Founder & CEO of Bluemercury, Marne Levine, Vice President of Global Public Policy at Facebook and Jean Wang, Lead Hardware Engineer at Google[x].

Commenting on the sponsorship, Richard Annington Founder & CEO of Bondi New York said: "Bondi New York is about empowerment, support and fostering opportunity. The GW Women in Business Spring Conference is an event we are proud to sponsor as it aligns with the core values of our brand".

Alexandra Bonvouloir, Co-Chair of GW Women in Business Spring Conference said: "We're thrilled to welcome Bondi New York as a sponsor of the event, their contribution will help in making the GW Women in Business Spring Conference a richer experience for all who are attending".

Bondi New York's sponsorship will be a $5,200 in-kind donation.

The 2014 George Washington University Women in Business Annual Spring Conference will take place on Saturday April 5th 2014 between 8am and 6pm EST. Tickets are available by visiting http://www.gwwibspringconference.org/attend-event/

About Bondi New York:

Bondi New York is a five-free and fashion forward nail lacquer brand based in New York City. All of the products produced by Bondi are free from formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, camphor, toluene and DBP. Bondi New York currently offers 40 fashionable colors that are long lasting and chip resistant for up to ten days.

Bondi New York believes all people should have access to quality food, shelter, education and healthcare. All net proceeds from the sale of Bondi New York brand products are used to partner with and support organizations that tackle the sources of poverty via Beauty Gives Back*

*Beauty Gives Back is a pending 501 (c)(3) non-profit registered in the State of Delaware, file # 5235275

About George Washington University Women in Business Annual Spring Conference:

The George Washington Women in Business "GWWIB" Spring Conference is designed for students, by students. The purpose of the conference is to foster relationships between students and professionals across all industries both locally and nationally. From inspiring stories told by distinguished keynotes, to industry-focused panels, and career and professional development workshops—we are all about discovery. We want every person to end the day with the tools to practice courage in their careers.

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