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Joyce Landry on Women Entrepreneurs - The Secrets of Success

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Joyce Landry is CEO of Miami-based Landry & Kling Inc. She and her business partner, Josephine Kling, formed the company in 1982 as the first to specialize in corporate events at sea. Landry started her career in the cruise industry at the age of 23, hired by Holland America Cruises in New York City to launch Holland American Tours, a division created to implement one of the industry's first air/sea programs. Over the years, Landry has spoken to thousands of meeting planners about the viability of meetings and events on cruise ships. In addition, she has held positions on several cruise line advisory boards, including Disney Cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Lines, Radisson Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean International and Cunard/Seabourn Cruises, advising them on the meetings/incentive industry. Landry has been nominated for several prestigious awards from organizations like the Athena Foundation, which recognizes women for their professional excellence, community service, and actively assisting women in their attainment of professional excellence. She was also named to the Women's Hall of Fame in recognition of Miami's Centennial, by the City of Miami Commission on the Status of Women and was named one of the Top 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry by Meeting News magazine in 2002. Landry is a founding board member of the Deborah Natansohn Foundation, offering scholarships for women in need to advance their careers in the areas of journalism and tourism. women entrepreneurs the secrets of success