If you are a high-potential woman entrepreneur or wish to nominate someone for the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women program, applications will be accepted through June 27, 2016.
The EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women program helps bridge ‘the missing middle’ — those second-stage women business owners whose companies have emerged from the start-up phase but face a crucial inflection point in their growth journey. By providing the right information, networks and guidance, EY is able to help these talented women access capital, identify strong business advisors and put the processes in place to radically expand their companies
The 7th Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Annual Summit (DWEN) will bring together 150 of the top female entrepreneurs, business leaders, media and Dell partners in Cape Town, South Africa, June 27-28, 2016. At the 2016 DWEN Summit discussions will explore how women can grow and scale their businesses in tangible ways through networking, keynotes, panel discussions, interactive breakouts, workshops and community engagement.
"Barriers that keep women suppliers from winning business are barriers to economic growth itself. Women who supply products and services are drivers of the economy locally and globally. They invest the majority of their income back into their families and communities. If men and women participated equally in the global economy, the global GDP could increase by as much as US$28 trillion.