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Rose Wang Named a 2013 Fortune Most Powerful Women Entrepreneur

Rose Wang, Founder and CEO of Binary Group, was among the distinguished group selected for Fortune’s 2013 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs. Ms. Wang was recognized during the opening gala at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit on October 15 - 17, 2013 at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington, DC.

Rose Wang one of Fortune’s 2013 Most Powerful Women EntrepreneursEach year, Fortune recognizes ten entrepreneurs who are extraordinary innovators, groundbreakers, and game changers. This year, the 10 winners were selected from a group of over 120 applicants and were joined by 400 remarkable leaders across industries—including Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, IBM President and CEO Ginni Rometty, Lockheed Martin President and CEO Marillyn Hewson, and Warren Buffett.

Rose Wang is a highly regarded thought leader and innovator in the Federal Government sector. She guides the company’s successful strategy and vision, driving early double digit revenue growth and transforming the company to compete effectively in the current fiscally constrained environment. Ms. Wang has been instrumental in developing Binary’s unique Outcome Driven Enterprise Approach™, delivering quick results and billions of dollars in cost savings for Government customers, helping them transform the way they do business along the way.

“I am honored to be among such an exceptional and diverse group of successful women who are making an impact in the U.S. and around the world. I am especially proud of the women who are leveraging innovative technologies to make the world a better place,” stated Rose Wang. “There was so much energy at the Summit and the exchange of ideas was inspiring.”

Founded in 1996, Fortune’s the Most Powerful Women Summit is the world’s premiere gathering of women leaders in business, government, academia, philanthropy, and the arts.

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