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Women's Network License Agreement

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Women's Network License Agreement

December 30, 1899

​​This document displays the agreement between ACE and the ACE Women's Networks for use of the ACE Women's Network name and associated logo.

To further explain this license agreement, ACE held a webinar that was recorded. The details of this recording are available for download. To access the audio portion of the ACE Women's Network Logo Licensing Agreement (Free):

  1. Click this link to the audio Licensing Agreement.
  2. Select the "Playback" or “Download” option.
    • If you select the “Playback” option, you must allow Cisco WebEx access to your computer. This option will allow you to instantly stream the recording.
    • If you select the “Download” option, you must download the WebEx ARF player as prompted. This option will allow you to download the recording for later viewing.

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