Women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship go hand in hand, empowering female leaders and benefiting society.
By being true to themselves, breaking barriers, mentoring others, creating inclusive workplaces, and making a positive social impact,
female leaders are redefining success and inspiring others, creating a cycle of progress.
It’s vital to continue supporting and recognizing their contributions. Together, we can build a world where women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship are celebrated, giving every woman the chance to lead, succeed, and make a difference.
As women entrepreneurs ourselves, we understand the critical role that support for SMEs plays in fostering sustainable growth in South Africa.
The development of our economy relies on the growth of businesses, and particularly, our women-owned SMEs. Your assistance is vital in empowering these enterprises to thrive and contribute to the prosperity of our nation.
Our economy needs South Africans to grow their businesses
our Women owned SME’s need your help do to this.
1 - Why it matters
2 - The Women's Empowerment Principles
3 - FIVE components of empowerment
4 – Leadership Qualities to build on
1 – What do women entrepreneurs really want?
2 – Gender specific constraints and social expectations
3 – Empowering women in a changing society
4 – Qualities of female leaders and how to build on them
1 - What do women entrepreneurs really want
2 - Why it all matters
3 - Empowering women in a changing society
4 - Women’s empowerment principles
5 - Components of women's empowerment
6 - Qualities of female leaders and how to build on them