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Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa: BWASA is a platform for the inspiration and empowerment of women in South Africa. The Association aims to be a united, non-racial business organization that helps businesswomen to create connections on multiple dimensions – personal, professional and business – throughout their career. It also creates opportunities for women business owners to grow their businesses. Read our spotlight on BWASA.
Biz Divas: Biz Diva’s mission is to make entrepreneurship and professional mentoring accessible to any woman in India with a project, dream or aspiration to be successful. They believe there is a correlation for women who find their own identity in a professional space and the ability to experience a higher self-esteem and happiness. It is their hope that women will come to Biz Divas and take advantage of their trusted community, tools, resources and success stories. Read our spotlight on Biz Divas.
HerCareer.pk: Founded in 2013 by Abdul Muizz, HerCareer.pk is the first online career community for women in Pakistan. It gives local employers access to a talent pool of qualified women, acts as a networking platform, and connects aspiring professional women (by invite-only) to leading organizations and companies. They have seen growing success, acquired notable partners and plan to plan to go global in the near future by connecting Pakistani women to work opportunities internationally and networking with foreign projects. Read our spotlight on HerCareer.pk.
Women Entrepreneur Network of Malaysia: WENA helps women excel in the business world through the development of entrepreneurial and professional skills. WENA aims to create dynamic network that encourages the fellowship of women entrepreneurs, as well focus on technology adoption. They believe the unity and dedication of WENA members is sure to be a strong voice in the business arena of Malaysia, and help shape government policies that enable more opportunities for women to advance and thrive. Read our spotlight on WENA.
The Bulgarian Center of Women in Technology (BCWT), founded in 2012, works to bring together stakeholders from all sectors: business, government, academia, and NGOs to support women’s participation in ICT. BCWT encourages girls and women and to take up a career in ICT, to become leaders in their communities and to become active participants in decision-making processes. Empowerment is a key part of their focus and mission. Read our spotlight on BCWT.
MI-BOSPO Women in Business Network: MI-BOSPO WBN works to improve the economical situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina by strengthening the market position of businesses run by women, enlarge their results, and ensure better economic position of women entrepreneurs and their families in society. Read our spotlight on MI-BOSPO.
SHE-ERA: SHE-ERA promotes bold initiatives, policies and programs designed to support women’s business enterprises at all stages of development in Kosovo. This includes women in business in the public and private sector marketplaces, from start-up, to success, to significance. The organization has a good reputation for quality and a high demand for its training courses. SHE-ERA aims to create a network and support businesses that would have beneficiaries not only Kosovo, but across the whole region.
Women in Adria (WiA): What began two years ago as a LinkedIn group quickly evolved into the first business brand for women entrepreneurs and corporate women in South-Eastern Europe. It is estimated that around 20% of women in Croatia are starting businesses to have more balance, and that is why WiA feels passionately about its purpose and the need it is meeting in the region. WiA currently has more than 700 members in, the majority between 25-44 years old, and is full of initiatives to expand in its mission be a valuable resource to ambitious women. Read our spotlight on WiA.
Business and Professional Women – Amman: BPW-A is a dynamic business association of dedicated female professionals in Jordan. BPW-A’s focus is to identify and communicate the productive, independent role of women in Arab and Islamic society. Its platform exists to encourage and facilitate change and create a proactive societal role for aspiring women. Read our spotlight on BPW-A.
Dubai Business Women Council: DBWC builds awareness, educates, promotes opportunities and enhances positive change in the community towards the acceptance of women in business. DBWC’s believes in empowering women and motivating them to be productive members of the society and economy. It is committed to promoting tolerance and cultural understanding through dialogue and cooperation across the Arab world by acknowledging the achievements of Arab women and offering them a voice. Read out spotlight on DBWC.
Glowork is the first e-Portal and social enterprise dedicated to women’s employment and empowerment in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Founded by a leading marketing professional and entrepreneur in the Middle East, Khalid AlKhudair, he aims to write a new chapter in history books for Saudi Arabia, and drive sustainable change. Read our spotlight on Glowork.
Turkish Women’s International Network: Unique among business women’s organizations, TurkishWIN is a global networking platform for women with family, cultural and professional ties to Turkey. These women have four important values in common: curiosity, generosity, transparency and courage. Its members aspire to excel in their careers, inspire others and unleash the power of the Turkish women’s network. Read our spotlight on TurkishWIN.
Ellas² is a platform for technology based female-led startups in Spanish speaking communities, most specifically in Latin America and Spain. Founded in 2009, Ellas² connects female founders with the startup ecosystem and with resources, to enable women entrepreneurs to succeed in their business. The mission of Ellas² is to be a catalyst for social change by mobilizing, providing visibility, inspiration, education and support to a new generation of entrepreneurs who lead innovative, global, scalable and high growth potential businesses. Read our Ellas² spotlight here.
International Professional Women’s Association: IPWA is a non-profit organization of English speaking women based in Santiago, Chile, who are interested in professional, personal, and cultural development. The organization aims to build an international network of working and non-working professional women, present forums and guest speakers related to business, professional, personal, and cultural topics, and provide networking opportunities among our members.
Women 2.0: Less than five percent of tech startups are founded by women. Women 2.0 is working to change this statistic by developing more female founders worldwide with disruptive ideas in tech. It does through workshops, events, coaching, its dynamic community, site and resources, conferences, and its annual PITCH startup competition. Since it began in 2006, it has helped more than 300 women-owned startups and equipped, inspired, and encouraged thousands of female entrepreneurs. Read our spotlight on Women 2.0.
The NextWomen is about killer advice and killer contacts for women entrepreneurs. They advise, inspire and connect a global community of ambitious entrepreneurial women around their business needs – online and offline. Through these efforts, they are on a mission to build the Female Business Brand for entrepreneurs, executives and investors. Learn more about their work and media, services and licenses products available to help women be successful.