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Entreprenelle Gears Up to ‘She Can’ Event For Women Entrepreneurship in Cairo

Entreprenelle Gears Up to ‘She Can’ Event For Women Entrepreneurship in Cairo

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Entreprenelle, a mission-driven enterprise that aims to minimize gender gap by linking women to all possible resources, is holding one of its biggest events on 2 and 3 March titled “She Can 2018”.

The event will be held at the Greek Campus in Cairo’s neighborhood of downtown in cooperation with the National Council of Women.

The event is set to host girls and women from different ages to tackle entrepreneurial activities for women in four main pillars; education, media, technology, and creative industries. Additionally, some 40 prominent speakers from each field will give speeches to the attendees, along with workshops, panel discussions, and other interactive activities.

She Can event aims to help girls get exposed to success stories of women who managed to overcome gender-related and personal difficulties to weave their success.

Founder of Entrepenelle Rania Ayman says, “The main idea behind SHE CAN is to help women and girls understand what entrepreneurship is, the opportunities that lie ahead of them in different fields, and how to transform their ideas into real projects having the required knowledge and experience.” 

Ayman went on to say that one of the obstacles that face women in the field of entrepreneurship is their unawareness of the available resources in the market, and this is where Entreprenelle steps in, to connect women with all available resources.

Entreprenelle was established in 2015 in Cairo, impacting more than 10,000 in five different Egyptian governorates with more than 80 workshops for entrepreneurship, and 10 big entertaining educational events. It works on four different pillars; awareness, education, resources accessibility, and economic empowerment.

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