November 29, 2021
We want to report some good news as well as a challenge requiring attention, yours and ours.
First, the good news.
According to the GEM 2020/21 Women’s Entrepreneurship Report, released last week,
On Tuesday, November 16th GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor) will be releasing their 2020-2021 Women’s Entrepreneurship Report. This report will provide an overview of the current issues that women face in the global business arena, as well as detailing, “areas where there are still gaps,
“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far it is possible to go.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a grueling and wearisome time for everyone. When so much about a potential future post the global pandemic was uncertain for so long,
“When women support each other, incredible things happen.”
Among the global women entrepreneur community, a mentorship is an invaluable tool. Learning from a mentor that has gone where you want to go is frontline knowledge, unlike any other resource.
The Women’s Entrepreneurial Centers of Resources, Education, Access, and Training for Economic Empowerment (WECREATE) Center in Nairobi is a center launched by the U.S. Department of State to empower women and promote entrepreneurship globally.
The WECREATE|KENYA Center is one of the three centers announced by President Obama during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) held in Nairobi on July 2015.