Women entrepreneurs are resilient in their challenging entrepreneurial journey but more support is needed to propel them to even higher levels.
So says Dr Natanya Meyer, an entrepreneur and lecturer at the North-West University’s (NWU) Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences ahead of a networking session in Durban where the Christian Women in Business Network (CWBN) and Business Partners will partner in supporting local women entrepreneurs with business funding and mentorship.
‘‘The beauty of Business Partners is that they walk the journey of growing entrepreneurs not only financially but also strengthen their businesses in all aspects and areas,’’ says Kea Modise-Moloto founder and CEO of CWBN.
The networking session will take place on the morning of September 19 in Westeville, Durban at a location that will be made known only to confirmed attendants — due to limited seating.
Attendance may be reserved at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 082 970 6035.
CBWN was launched in 2017 to offer like-minded entrepreneurs, professional career women and those in corporate sectors the opportunity to connect and engage with each other towards growing their careers and businesses through skills development, networking and knowledge sharing while following Kingdom principles.