7th to 9th 2015, Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhi
The Federation of Indian Women Entrepreneurs (FIWE) in collaboration with Indo-African-Arab Women Chamber of Commerce (IAAWCC) is organizing 5th International Women Entrepreneurs Summit & Exhibition on May 7th, 8th & 9th 2015 at Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhiwith the active support of Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), Govt. of India, UNIDO-ITPO, Bahrain, NSIC, SBI, SIDBI, The Asia Foundation, NIESBUD, Google & TIE, etc.
The main objective of the Summit is to synergize the global opportunities for women entrepreneurs & facilitate an effective socio-economic development. The focus of the Summit is on “Make in India” as we are working towards attracting investments from Arab countries in India through women Entrepreneurs. More than 300 participants from Arab, African & SAARC countries are participating in the Summit and B2B meetings with large Delegations from Baharain, Kuwait, Egypt, Harare, Uganda and Zimbabwe, etc.
The Summit will also include a host of Knowledge Sessions on “Skill Development” & “Digitisation” to apprise Women Entrepreneurs with the latest technologies, innovations as well as government’s initiatives to help them gain expertise and grow. There is an active participation from the Government of India & leading government bodies in these Sessions.
Also, with an equally active participation of the government dignitaries of various Countries, One of the key outcomes of the Summit will be presentation on SME policies across 30-40 countries that we believe will provide fresh perspective on formulation of future national policies and progress towards development of women entrepreneurs in SME Sector.
During the Summit, FIWE is also launching a new initiative, FIWE – LATENT TALENT, an exhibition to showcase and provide a credible and comprehensive platform to enrich, encourage & empower innovative entrepreneurial as well as creative talent and bring them to the forefront. It’s an endeavour to strengthen brand “Make in India” locally as well as globally.