Women, The World’s Most Important Economic Resource
I just returned from attending the 2nd edition of the World Entrepreneurship Forum in Lyon, France November 18-21 (full disclosure: I am a member) and had the great opportunity to meet and brainstorm with high-level thought leaders from more than 40 continents to discuss this year’s focus concerning the role government plays in fostering entrepreneurship on a worldwide level.
The above photo was taken by Pierto (Sipa Press) at the EMLYON Business School during the “What Is So Special About Women Entrepreneurs” workshop where powerful women shared their knowledge about how — and why — women have become the world’s most important economic resource.
About the World Entrepreneurship Forum
Founded at the initiative of EMLYON Business School and KPMG, the World Entrepreneurship Forum benefits from the high patronage of Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the French Republic. It is the first worldwide think tank dedicated to entrepreneurs, creators of wealth and social justice. It gathers annually more than 100 members of over 40 different nationalities.
For more information: www.world-entrepreneurship-forum.com.
Photo credit: Pierto, Sipa Press.
Posted by: Laurel Delaney