MIAMI—US policies—or lack thereof—make it very difficult for women to succeed in today’s business world. That was just one of the points made by former Hillary Rodham Clinton, who was a keynote speaker at the CREW Network annual convention, held at the Loews Miami Beach hotel here last week. The former US Secretary of State covered a variety of topics, from foreign policy to her newborn granddaughter, in front of an audience of more than 1,200 professionals.

Walking onstage to an enthusiastic welcome, Clinton stated that she’s glad to work with the business community to achieve more gender parity in commercial real estate. In a world where “relationships are everything,” she said, the CREW Network “can serve as a model for collaboration for both men and women in any enterprise,” business and political.

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