Women Entrepreneurs Mean Business brings together Cherie Blair CBE QC, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Indra Nooyi, Hon. Julia Gillard AC, Rebecca Enonchong, Fadé Ogunro, Dr. Linda Scott, Anne Kiguta, Barkha Dutt, Henriette Kolb, Shirin Behzadi, and many more incredible entrepreneurs, thought leaders and activists united in their refusal to wait the 268 years it is currently predicted to take for women to have economic equality with men.
Women Entrepreneurs Mean Business is for business leaders, policy-makers, economic empowerment practitioners, women entrepreneurs, and others interested in advancing women’s entrepreneurship across the world.
The summit will offer inspiring keynote speeches, informative presentations, panel discussions, networking, and development opportunities for women entrepreneurs in low and middle income countries, as well as the release of the organization’s important new policy briefing on how gender stereotypes affect women’s journeys to entrepreneurship.
APF Canada Program Manager, APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership, Justin Kwan, will be speaking on the panel Cross-Border Mentoring to Level the Playing Field exploring how virtual volunteering can help break down barriers for women entrepreneurs through mentoring.