It better not be, because the power of women in the marketplace and workplace is increasing every year.
What does POW stand for?
POW stands for Power of Women
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We have 95 other meanings of POW in our Acronym Attic
- Pissed Off Women
- Place Of Worship
- Placemark of the World
- Plan of the Week
- Play of the Week
- Play on Words
- Politics of War
- Polska Organizacja Wojskowa (Polish Exile Army 1915-20)
- Powder on Wood (coating technology for wood products)
- Power of Wisdom
Samples in periodicals archive:
22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- City Year, a national organization that unites young people for a year of service in high-need urban schools, congratulates DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snider who will be honored tomorrow at Variety's Power of Women luncheon in Beverly Hills for her work with City Year.
Stating that this not just a feminist push, but instead a real catalyst for change as a higher percentage of women in management means better change for the company, "Women Lead the Way" is a unique business guide that demonstrates the power of women in power for businesses.
The power of women as consumers and decision makers regarding household spending is indisputable.
A company spokesperson explained the connection: "The exhibit's quality, aesthetics, prestige and the power of women all come together in a totally rich and sensuous multi sensory experience like eating a Magnum ice cream bar.
Patricia Lancaster, Commissioner, NYC Department of Buildings "If you want to experience the power of women in construction, you need to experience PWC.
Byline: By David Williamson Wales on Sunday The growing power of women in industry is reflected in the appointment of Rachael Pisani of E.
``Miriam showed us the power of women but not in an aggressive manner,'' said Pistol.