Three entrepreneurs who started the Women in Business Zone in Khayelitsha are going for gold. They’re pooling their collective skills, knowledge and sometimes even finances to bid for large-scale projects. Courtesy #DStv403
Live Stream: Annual Women In Business and Leadership Conference of the Overseas Fellowship of Nigerian Christians, UK
In April, the Hartford Business Journal recognized 15 remarkable women who are making a significant difference within their organizations and the community. This year’s honorees demonstrate business success, confidence in themselves and their organizations and a strong track record of professional leadership. And like many leaders, they’ve also had to change to an adapting environment.
Our annual Women in Business event originally scheduled for May 4, was cancelled given the current environment and need for social distancing. Thankfully, we are still able to gather virtually to celebrate these remarkable honorees. On June 4th & 9th, the Hartford Business Journal will present a special two-part webinar series featuring the 2020 Women in Business honorees as they discuss their leadership roles as well as inspiring and motivating through change and growth. These women are moving swiftly through this time of change with positivity and confidence. Recordings of these webinars can be viewed here: https://www.hartfordbusiness.com/hbj-events/women-in-business
This video honors all 15 of our honorees. We hope that you enjoy. Congratulations to the 2020 Women in Business honorees!
Cate Luzio is CEO and founder of Luminary, a co-working space and collaboration hub that brings together women, women-identified, and male allies for professional development and networking. In this session recorded during Yelp’s Women in Business Summit (March 24-25, 2021), Cate shares advice on how she has survived and thrived both before and during COVID.
As women in business, we have come so far; but as this event recognizes there is still work to be done. Women still hold only 17% of CEO positions and women-owned businesses still face growth hurdles.
In our 4th Annual State of Women in Business Event, we looked at the current data, and trends on all women in business.
This year, we brought together a panel of leaders to share the reality and data that COVID has had and continues to have on women in business, as well as what recovery looks like.
Moderated by Leslie Herod, Colorado House of Representatives, District 8
Debbie Brown, Colorado Business Roundtable
Jessica Muhlenberg, VF Corp
Kristin Strohm, Common Sense Institute
Monicque Aragon, Colorado Department of Labor
Simone D. Ross, Simone D. Ross LLC, S&V Partners
Virginia Santy, Women in Kind and S&V Partners
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In October, the Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA Championship and made history. With the title, Buss became the first-ever female owner to win an NBA championship. Join us for a conversation with the ultimate trailblazer as we discuss her leadership style during an unprecedented year, her family’s long history in the sports industry, and what it was like blazing her own trail as a leader in sports. Tune in!
• Jeanie Buss, Owner and President, Los Angeles Lakers
• Stephanie McMahon, Chief Brand Officer, WWE
• Shelley Zalis, CEO, The Female Quotient
In a bid to empower women to venture into business, MTN Rwanda in partnership with the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotions and The African Evangelistic Enterprise Rwanda will be offering an opportunity to 15 cooperatives across Rwanda who will present their business projects and stand a chance to walk away with capital to fund their businesses. The first three winners get to go home with FRw 1 million, FRw 700k and FRw 400k respectively. The rest will be awarded 200k to fund their business projects as well.
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Quais ações as empresas estão praticando de maneira sustentável para promover uma cultura de inclusão e diversidade?
Esta foi a discussão que norteou nosso webinar no dia 09 de março, no qual apresentamos os resultados do Women in Business 2020, realizado pela Grant Thornton International.
O estudo é produzido há mais de 15 anos com o objetivo de mapear a proporção de mulheres em cargos de liderança e, desde o ano passado, está com um Plano de Ação em andamento para guiar as empresas globalmente no sentido da equidade de gênero nos negócios.
Apresentadora: Élica Martins, Sócia da Grant Thornton.
Convidada especial: Adriana Machado, primeira presidente mulher da GE Brasil. Hoje, fundadora da Briyah Institute.