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Did you see us on www.kalon-women.com?

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HEART Business Journal For Women is getting international recognition! Listen to the recent radio interview with Brenda Wood and USA’s Kalon Women Editor-in-chief, Sandra Levitin. Stay tuned for more great support and media coverage behind HEART Business Journal For Women™ as we navigate through these challenging economic times and prepare for the launch of our e-publication and our print re-launch!

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Did you see us on Daytime London?

Did you see us on Daytime? HEART Editor-in-Chief Brenda Wood chatted with host Bonnie Baker of Daytime on Rogers Cable London, January 23rd, 2009.
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Did you see us on Daytime? HEART Editor-in-Chief Brenda Wood chatted with hosts Darrin Laidman and Bonnie Baker of Daytime on Rogers Cable London, September 16th, 2008.
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Did you see us on "A" Morning London?

HEART Editor-In-Chief Brenda Wood made a special appearance on ‘A’ Morning London to share a sneak peek at issue 2 and discuss why our innovative publication was long overdue in the Canadian market.


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Did you see us on Women On Business?



HEART was the topic of choice for Women on Business blogger Susan Gunelius. Thanks to Women on Business, more women in business can now take advantage of this innovative resource for professionals.


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Did you see us on Cityline?

August 20, 2008




middle photograph: Editor-In-Chief Brenda Wood(right) and Managing Editor Alexis Eathorne(left) attended the exclusive audience giveaway at Cityline.

HEART Business Journal for Women® was featured in an exclusive audience giveaway on Cityline. Lucky audience members were treated to an exciting gift package, including a HEART red tote bag, HEART pen, personal journal, and a copy of HEART's second issue before it hit newsstands.

Did you read about us in "A Touch of Grace" eNewsletter?


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Did you read about us on The Marketing Chefs.com?

A podcast interview with Brenda Wood.

Brenda has over 12 years of acute business experience in multinational packaged goods. She also has over seven years of marketing and communications agency experience, including pharmaceutical clients.

Brenda has created the strategic and creative footprint for many global brands.......


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Did you read about us on The Best Kept Secret.com?


HEART Business Journal For Women®

an interview with Brenda Wood

Mood swings affecting your performance in the boardroom? Torn between going for the promotion and cutting back to spend more time with your teens? Help has arrived.

Launched earlier this month and described as a cross between O Magazine and Fortune, Heart Business Journal For Women is a new Canadian publication and online destination that speaks to all the issues faced by women in business.

We spoke with Founder and Editor-In-Chief Brenda Wood.

The Best Kept Secret: Why this and why now?

Brenda Wood: It’s been percolating my entire life and recently I could see the trend with professional women. The service sector is driving the economy and it’s women who are behind it.

We are long overdue to have a product targeted to the female voice and the female need.

Issues will be targeted to address the things that females deal with. Menopause and how that affects mood and how you function in the boardroom. Family issues. Financial issues – how receptive are banks to lending to women versus men.

Heart gives them a tool to exchange ideas as well as explore what else they should be doing with their lives.

I believe that a woman’s greatest strength is her feminine strength. She shouldn't try to act like a man.

It comes down to confidence. As we become more confident, we can let go of being female or male and just do our jobs.

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