Celebrating human rights this month, Cape Town will play host to the first in a series of Top Women Conferences, providing a platform to address challenges around women empowerment and women-driven economic growth. The regional convention is set for 15 March at the Crystal Towers Hotel.
Responding to pertinent questions surrounding the barriers to success for women entrepreneurs, the conference will entail a gathering of thought leaders, mentors and change drivers, bringing together veteran businesswomen and newcomer entrepreneurs for a programme of knowledge sharing.
Spirit of mentorship
Says director of Standard Bank Top Women Karla Fletcher, “Our ethos at To Women is a community built around the spirit of mentorship, with successful women uplifting others to pursue success to an equal degree, and collectively sharing knowledge gained through experience to help all community members advance.”
“We are passionate about exemplifying and driving gender empowerment and our regional conferences contribute to driving growth throughout different spheres of the economy by offering the relevant tools needed for women to break down the barriers of access to markets. We look forward to showcasing some of the most successful stories and strategies implemented in the development of leadership roles for women, and connecting entrepreneurs to key influencers who are serious about economy-wide progress.”
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