Women-able Economic Impact Breakfast

Women-able 2016 was a tremendous success, not just for the women also for the economy in the UAE. Sales, jobs, exports, and growth have been reported in startling numbers. The resourcefulness of these ladies demonstrates what can be achieved with a community-based approach to supporting the growth of SME’s. Come, meet the women and learn how this project has changed the lives for many in our community. At Women-able success is top and bottom line growth.

Women-able in the news

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6 days until our finalists pitch on stage at our customer showcase and we are already being featured in the media. http://www.thenational.ae/business/the-life/women-entrepreneurs-move-forward-as-a-united-force On Saturday we announced the 6 Finalist to pitch on stage to a live audience.  They had a chance to experience the stage they will be on at the luxurious Zabeel Ladies Club.   Congratulations to Maya Al Ghaith from Healthgate, Amaan & Nazneen from Aqua Fresh, Nida from Keza, Sarah & Dina from Zayoodis Adventures, Arpan from Core Fitness Pro and Amel from Pages. Come join us on the 21st Nov and celebrate the progress & success of all our finalists.

Its the last 6 weeks … gosh it has gone fast

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Women-able supports UAE women entrepreneurs accelerate their businesses and create real economic impact. In March 2016, grow.ME, in association with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, launched the Women-able : Promoting Women Entrepreneurs in the UAE program is part of a series initiatives by grow.ME to power women in business across the UAE. With generous funding from the JP Morgan Chase Foundation, the project supported 61 women entrepreneurs with training and mentor-ship throughout 2016.. Chief executive of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, Sevi Simavi, said, “Our project with grow.ME will empower women entrepreneurs in the UAE to develop their business management and financial literacy skills so that they are able to build sustainable enterprises and play a stronger role in the economy.” In June, following three months of hands-on support with skills development, intensive customer discovery and continuous business refinement, the female entrepreneurs involved in the project pitched their […]