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Africa Women Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum set for Capetown in October

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The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) is a premier, pan-African conference and exhibition event that brings together an exclusive group of thought leaders, women entrepreneurs and women in business, investors, MSMEs, international development organizations, NGOs, CSOs, trade missions, foundations, governments and policy makers, the private sector and media. It provides a platform that will showcase deliberations around the role that African women play in shaping the continent’s economic future, the challenges and constraints they face, and to proffer solutions.

AWIEF an event set to bring together young women and the corporate women leaders in businesses, governments, and NGO’s together with the aim of accelerating the economic empowerment and advancement of African women and girls. The event set for October 5th and 6th  at the Century City Conference Centre, Capetown- South Africa is dubbed with the theme “Equity, Impact and Inclusive Growth towards Agenda 2030”

AWIEF creates a networking opportunity with potential business partnerships, knowledge and skills-sharing, dialogue and peer learning across African borders. It provides an opportunity to explore approaches, share perspectives and best practices in building bridges and creating linkages.

An important outcome of the Conference will be to promote intra-Africa and inter-continental trade and collaborations and link the informal rural productive sectors with formal business environments. AWIEF will shift the bar higher, taking the African woman to new heights in becoming more economically influential and impactful.

Anybody Interested to go as a participant or a Delegate Can apply Here

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