Yesterday was the kickoff event of the first Women Economic Forum (WEF) in Egypt, with the participation of international entrepreneurs, businesswomen, Egyptian ministries, parliamentarians, and officials.
This forum’s edition is titled “Culture and Creativity Creating Pathways to Peace & Prosperity” and is running for two eventful days under the auspices of President Abdelfattah El-Sisi, and with the support of the National Council for Women, and The Worx, a female-led Events Management Company.
The Women Economic Forum (WEF) started in India, and it grew rapidly around the world with more than 20 editions of annual international events that aim at enabling global connections for empowering women’s entrepreneurship and leadership.
Some of the leading Egyptian attendees at the event include Dr. Maya Morsy, President of the National Council for Women, Dr. Hala El. Saeed Minister of Planning, Monitoring, and Administrative Reform, and Ambassador Nabila Makram Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs; entrepreneurs and businesswomen from different fields worldwide shared their inspiring experiences and were honored during the first day of the forum.
We attended the launch event, met with the reputable attendees and here are our insights from the international event: