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HPW Hosts Another Successful Business Mixer Thank you to all the #Members, #Sponsors, #Supporters

Thank you to all the #Members, #Sponsors, #Supporters and the business community in the greater Houston and surrounding areas.

(Sugar Land, Texas) - On 10/6 Houston Professional Women Organization (HPWO) in partnership with our proud sponsors, , Aziz Noorani of Lasbela Restaurant & Catering, Gary Hufham ( Photographer),Farid Chatur (APEX REALTORS), Frank Irfan (Texas Inspection Professionals),Shahab Khan ( Next level Sign) , Irum Jones (Electrician On Call),Realtor Amber Jamshed( Apex Realtors), Tehreem Zubairi (Oh my Gosh ) celebrated women empowerment, community leaders, all industries and the local business community that provides products and services in the greater Houston area by spotlighting businesses and organizations. Women-Led and Women-Owned businesses.

Our Communications Team interviewed attendees and were so inspired by the positive energy and emerging partnerships during the event. Here's some of the highlights and what you can expect as the energy that filled the room!


Branding is all being with real and authentic Infront of your Audience approach "Delera aubn


We are here to support our women and i am proud of Ms. Amber Jamshed for having this amazing organization where you can see all powerful women and men under one roof said Ron Raynold State Representative"

This is so great to see the diversity and inclusion here tonight and I am honored to be part of this today " Judge Christian Beccera Said.

“If we really want to progress the only way is to involve every woman, one thing I must admit the potential our women, they not only do the execute the task in the excellent manner, but they are multi-tasking! I am proud of the women here today! For me Women Empowerment is all about supporting them and providing tools and resources so they can excel in every space” said KP George, Fort Bend County Judge.

These kind of networking events are so powerful and needed especially I am amazed by seeing the positivity here! kudos to Amber Jamshed and all team members.

Irum Jones, Board Member of Houston Professional Women Organization and DPW President, echoed the same sentiment "We are all about collaboration and want to keep the momentum flowing by funding, buying, promoting and connecting the business community despite the industry! We’re all about building referrals"

Houston Professional Women Organization continues connecting business professionals so they can expand their network.” stated Amber Jamshed, Founder & President of Houston Professional Womens Organization.

There is no competition between us, in fact this all about bringing all communities together and working towards one common goal which is taking to our businesses to the next level and supporting each other at full capacity” stated Board Member, Misbah Choudhri


Many prominent community leaders, city officials, influencers and media personalities attended Tazeen Zahida, Mahmood Marfani, Hina Qadri, Khalid Younus Godil, joined Houston Professional Women Organization (HPWO) mixer.

Houston Professional Women Organization (HPWO) plans to continue the Business Mixer with two mixers each quarter. The goal of the business mixer is to promote and supporting the local business community. Events like this wouldn’t be possible without the support of our members, sponsors and the community. We want everyone to live the American Dream! We’re so inspired by the energy, commitment and paths that have been trailblazed for us and we hope to carry the torch to create more opportunities for all people to connect!”

About Houston Professional Women: A women-led community organization that strives to connect, inspire and promote businesses to increase profits while amplifying their voices and actions as socially responsible companies. #HPWO #DPWO #HPW #DPW

Amber Jamshed, President & Founder of Houston Professional Women Houston Professional Women’s Organization Amber Jamshed | (281) 771 - 8356 | info@houstonprofessionalwomen.org | www.houstonprofessionalwomen.org

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