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Taking the Reins: Linking women-owned businesses in developing countries to growth

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YOU'RE INVITED TO A WORLD BANK LIVE EVENT
Tuesday, Oct. 13th | 9:00 - 1:00 EST  
International Finance Corporation Auditorium, Washington, DC

 
 
 
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Tuesday, October 13th 
IFC Auditorium | 2121 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington DC

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Evidence suggests that the more women-owned businesses there are in a country, the more that country can prosper and grow. How can we support women-owned businesses in developing countries? How can we expand the reach of women entrepreneurs into global markets? What skills do women need to compete? And what are the challenges - and opportunities - women-owned small and medium enterprises (SMEs) face as they seek to enter supply chains and do business globally, not just locally? A panel of experts, including women from some of the world’s most successful companies and women entrepreneurs from Latin America, Africa and South Asia, will discuss these questions and more. 

A World Bank Group/WEConnect International Event

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Submitted by ROMAIN GUELEO NDOUBA on

I like efforts done by women.Nowadays, someone of them are trying their best to be entrepreneurs.

Submitted by COSMAS J.MWORIA on

I would like to attend, but I'm constrained by finances. I'm a pioneer for women empowerment back in Tanzania, currently I'm doing a Masters degree in Sustainable Agric. and Rural Dev. in Dublin Ireland!

Thank you for Invitation! Will I be supported to attend? I would love that!

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