Womenâs Entrepreneurship Day (WED) will be launched on Wednesday at the United Nations headquarters with the support of local initiatives in a 144 countries, including Luxembourg.
A panel discussion organised by Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Luxembourg will be hosted by SnT and the University of Luxembourg on the Kirchberg campus.
The event will be opened by Marjut Santoni, deputy chief executive of the European Investment Fund in the European Investment Bank.
The Luxembourg event will be moderated by Amy Rose, senior counsel of litigation at Altisource and will feature six local female entrepreneurs--Aude Lomogne (photo), founder and director at Link Management; Dorothea Bekker, representative of The Network Luxembourg, entrepreneur and coach; Feyrouz Ashoura, fashion sculptress; Genna Elvin, chief marketing officer at TaDaweb; Dr. Patrice Caire, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust; Rana Hein-Hartmann, founder and executive director at Funds Partnership.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Day’s defining goal is to empower women and their businesses, as well as gather a think tank of female leaders, which will ultimately “create an amplified merged message to expand businesses with social good initiatives in communities locally and globally.”
SnT centre, University of Luxembourg, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, Luxembourg-Kirchberg