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Networked: October

Top networking opportunities for October.

Networked: October
Tim Crothers and Catharine Trebnick

Citizens League Civic Celebration

October 10
Former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton and former U.S. Sen. David Durenberger will be honored at the 2019 Civic Celebration for their promotion of civic action, collaboration between diverse communities, and continued dedication to the common good of Minnesota. The event will bring together Minnesotans from diverse backgrounds, political parties, and ideologies. 5:30 p.m., $75 to $200, Aria, Minneapolis, 651-293-0575, citizensleague.org

Women Mean Business

October 11
Join keynote speaker Keia Isaacson, owner of Lakeside Floor Coverings, and more than 1,000 business professionals and community leaders committed to the economic success of women for the 24th annual Women Mean Business Luncheon & Marketplace. Hosted by WomenVenture, the day includes lunch, programming, and a business vendor marketplace. 10 a.m., $160, Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, 612-224-9564, womenventure.org

Manova Summit

October 14–16
Join Chuck Runyon, CEO and co-founder of Anytime Fitness, Doug Baker, Jr., chairman and CEO of Ecolab, James Downing, president and CEO of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and other speakers for the 2019 Manova Summit. The conference brings together people from all sectors to discuss global health and wellness. $225 to $750, Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot, Minneapolis, hello@manovasummit.com, manovasummit.com

Cyber Security Summit

October 28–30
More than 1,000 leaders are expected to attend the ninth annual Cyber Security Summit, which offers an opportunity to train with experts on combatting cyber security attacks. Target’s Tim Crothers and Catharine Trebnick, of Dougherty & Co., are event co-chairs and will speak at the summit. 9 a.m., $999, Minneapolis Convention Center, 763-548-1309, cybersecuritysummit.org

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