Tag Archives: EnterpriseWOMEN

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: Financial awareness in business – starting and scaling up amidst a pandemic

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: Financial awareness in business – starting and scaling up amidst a pandemic

The new norm of online working, the wonders of technology as well as the tenacious attitude exhibited by Dr. Ghina Halabi and her team made the Money Talks workshop a successful session. Ghina’s introduction emphasised the importance of understanding our economic and cultural value as women in the business world and in entrepreneurship, which currentlyRead more

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: The Uncomfortable Force of Public Speaking

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: The Uncomfortable Force of Public Speaking

 And here I am. I feel immobile, scrutinised, vulnerable, powerless, awkward and naked. My knees are trembling. My hands are sweating. My heart is pounding. My breath is shortening. My head is spinning. My core is shaking. I cannot focus and I fake smiling.  What are they thinking? Where am I supposed to look? What am I supposed toRead more

EnterpriseWOMEN Launches with powerful lessons on leadership

EnterpriseWOMEN Launches with powerful lessons on leadership

After 7 months of research, planning and hard work, EnterpriseWOMEN launched with all full house at Cambridge Judge Business School. A vibrant evening brought together entrepreneurs and experts to bond, share and learn in a safe environment. The event started by exploring and challenging the concept of leadership. This was followed by talks on howRead more

Informed by the Past, Designed for the Future – How EnterpriseWOMEN can help her business thrive

Informed by the Past, Designed for the Future – How EnterpriseWOMEN can help her business thrive

It is my conviction that the challenges women face in entrepreneurship are not crippling difficulties but chances for untapped potential. This why when Dr Rebecca Myers, Head of Education at the Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre, invited me to research the needs of early-stage women entrepreneurs and design a programme to address those needs,Read more

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