Women Mean Business

WOMEN MEAN BUSINESS

I am thrilled to share that I will be an Honoree and Panelist at the Women Mean Business event tomorrow. Thank you so much Ajara Bomah and Roselynn Lewis. Please join me tomorrow at the Ritz Carlton in Mclean

Women mean business is an educational and inspirational session created by Ajara Bomah and Roselynn Lewis for young and emerging female entrepreneurs in all business fields. The brunch is designed to impart practical skills, confidence, and ambition among young women entrepreneurs.

The 8th of March every year is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. In 1975, International Women’s Day was given official recognition by theUnited Nations and became a national holiday in some nations around the globe.

As part of the post event experience, highlights from the event will be shared with those throughout the world via social media and in small group seminars. Royalty Concepts will also provide twenty (20) young women in Sierra Leone who are starting or already running their own businesses the opportunity to learn basic ICT and business skills through our strategic partner, TrainingSol and provide them with an enabling environment where they can meet, share ideas, and collaborate. Without these African women and girls will not have a significant role to play in Africa’s economic and innovative transformation.

Our 2014 Honorees (Confirmed as of November 1, 2013; More to be confirmed)
– Maimah Karmoh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer,  Tigerlily Foundation
– Sai Sankoh, Founder and Editor – Because I am Faboulous, African Luxury Magazine, LustFab
– Maryam Garba, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Maryam Garba, LLC

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