Category Archives: Womens Enterprise

Ground-breaking enterprise tour kick-starts Asian-European alliances

July 2013 saw a Malaysian and UK delegation embarking on a ground-breaking enterprise tour across England, UK  to uncover  opportunities to boost entrepreneurial sectors in Asia and Europe. Launching at the House of Lords  at London’s Westminster with a conference on economic prosperity through enterprise education, the demanding 4 day programme led the 20-strong group across England

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Women’s Business Awards provide a hot-bed for creating social capital

All organisations thrive on their networks.  Opportunities for some women in business to develop social capital through networking, however, can be limited, and Women’s Business Awards, in my experience, can do a lot to fill the gap. Business Awards can pro-actively increase opportunities for social contacts in terms of volume, quality, diversity and in a

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Dinah Bennett talks on Future TV, Beirut, about Women at Work

Dinah Bennett worked with the British Council on the 3 year Women at Work Project from 2007 in Near East and North Africa regions. On Women’s International Day in 2008, Dinah discussed the project with host Zaven Kouyoumdjian of Future TV in Beirut. The show’s purpose was to encourage young women in the region to

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Women’s Entrepreneurship – a Multi-billion Euro Opportunity

Women-owned businesses are critical to the health of the European economy. For more than a decade, governments and a range of organisations in the public, private and academic sectors have recognised the value of supporting women’s enterprise from both a policy and practical perspective.  The result has been increased awareness of the contribution these businesses

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