Women Change Africa is a proud communications partner for the 4th annual Women Mean Business 2017 to be held in Sierra Leone. Featuring various women we have been privileged to feature via WCA's PR platform, this event is surely a space you want to be plugged into. Here are 3 reasons we have our stamp on this event:
Now in its 4th year, WMB has set the bar high of what it means to do business in Sierra Leone and Africa as a woman. WMB has successfully prided itself in providing this stellar gathering every year for African women and women of African descent both on the African continent and in the diaspora. WMB has reached over 350+ women through its various strategic events. Last year the event hosted as a Keynote Ms. Anita Erksine, popular media mogul and global icon from Ghana. WMB continues to blaze the trail as the go to networking platform for African women business owners.
1. A one of a kind space in Sierra Leone to bring women entrepreneurs together to share ideas, resources, and build relationships.
In the form of a ‘Bunch and Learn’, this year’s event will focus on a series of workshops, talks, interactive networking sessions and a vendor exposition for women entrepreneurs. The event is to be held on March 18th, 2017 at The New Brookfield’s Hotel, Freetown Sierra Leone with the Theme “Ready, Set, Grow- Taking BOLD steps for Business Growth, Sustainability and Expansion. Come ready to learn through the various sessions including: Workshops focusing on building your dream team, strategic planning and leveraging financial resources for investment ready opportunities.
2. Learn from female professionals and entrepreneurs in their various fields
The event is sure to give you a plethora of information to take your business to the next level. Special guests include event MC Mrs. Aina Moore, Managing Director of Ecobank SL with a Key note address from Lorissa Canillas, Stability Impact Fund Manager CORDAID, and many other speakers including Edleen Elba, Managing Partner Job Search SL , Ms. Aminata Dumbuya, Managing Director BSL Sierra Leone, Margret Kadi CEO Pangea & Executive Director AWEP SL Chapter, Manja Kargbo, CEO Neptune Limited& Private Sector Development Expert, & Dr. Modupe Taylor Pearce, Partner CTI Consulting & Dean of Students, African Leadership University School of Business.
3. Build relationships for future partnerships and mentorship
Such events are critical for SME owners or women thinking of launching your own businesses, or organizations because they get the opportunity to mingle with other women who can serve as potential partners in business as well as mentors.
Individuals who are in the stage of elevating their businesses to the next level, are highly encouraged to attend this event. Vendors are also welcome to be a part of the event.
Tickets are Le 250,000 and will not be sold at the door so make sure you RSVP now. For tickets or to become a vendor contact WMB at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +232-99-605-755
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