AWEP Zimbabwe

AWEP Zimbabwe AWEP Zim is a Non-Profit Organisation, dedicated to the support and development of women entrepreneurs in all sectors of business and industry in Zimbabwe
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19/04/2018

Women entrepreneurs should have discipline and ethical conduct.

16/06/2017
U.S. Embassy Harare

U.S. Embassy Harare

June is pride month and the U.S. Embassy Harare, along with our local partners, acknowledges our commitment to promoting equality and respect for everyone's human rights.

Lionesses of Africa
21/03/2017
Lionesses of Africa

Lionesses of Africa

STARTUP STORY of Marlese Wallis, founder of Mies Body Products in South Africa --- For all those people looking to have a gentler footprint on the earth and interested in using all natural body and skincare products that will not harm the environment, a new champion has emerged. South African entrepreneur, Marlese Wallis, founder of Mies Body Products, is taking a greener approach to creating a great eco-brand that is good for your skin and the environment....

08/03/2017

#BeBoldForChange

AWEP celebrates women today on the 8th, daring all women to go out there and change the world. The year 2016 coming to 2018 has seen AWEP daring women to venture into male dominated spaces. With the Accelerated Skills Training and Incubation Program which dared women into painting and tiling, chemical processing etc. We have seen women becoming bold, taking entrepreneurship by the reigns. Working together, moving forward, becoming bold in accessing finance. We have no doubt women are now #boldforchange

14/04/2016

@awepzim An inspirational day for Bulawayo women entrepreneurs in Home Accessories as AWEP takes them through Financial Literacy Training

08/03/2016

Happy Women's Day!!. Let's continue working towards women empowerment. We can make our mark in the sands of Zimbabwe and Africa's time by sensitizing each other more on the power of entrepreneurship, for it's one of the ways which women can become stakeholders to national development and in their communities. #AWEPZim

13/10/2015

"Success is finding your purpose,growing to reach your maximum potential and sowing seeds that benefit others."
-Dr. John C.Maxwell

13/10/2015

"Success is finding your purpose,growing to reach your maximum potential and sowing seeds that benefit others."
-Dr. John C.Maxwell

13/10/2015

"Success is finding your purpose,growing to reach your maximum potential and sowing seeds that benefit others."
-Dr. John C.Maxwell

Video: Ory Okolloh explains why Africa can’t entrepreneur itself out of its basic problems
17/09/2015
Video: Ory Okolloh explains why Africa can’t entrepreneur itself out of its basic problems

Video: Ory Okolloh explains why Africa can’t entrepreneur itself out of its basic problems

One of Kenya’s best known tech investors Ory Okolloh has thrown cold water
on the push for entrepreneurship and innovation on the continent. “You
can’t entrepreneur around bad leadership, we can’t entrepreneur around bad
policy,” Okolloh said, criticizing what she called the “fetishization” of
entrepreneurship and neglect of fundamental problems hampering African
countries.

Two Young Women Help African Women Entrepreneurs Become Influential Global Leaders - Atlanta...
17/09/2015
Two Young Women Help African Women Entrepreneurs Become Influential Global Leaders - Atlanta...

Two Young Women Help African Women Entrepreneurs Become Influential Global Leaders - Atlanta...

According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2014 Global Report, Africa leads the world in the number of women starting businesses. While Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rate of female entrepreneurship across the world (27 percent), the typical business profile is a consumer-oriented, one-wom…

The #ChooseArtisan global campaign launches today! Let's support Africa's amazingly talented and entrepreneurial women a...
17/09/2015
The #ChooseArtisan global campaign launches today! Let's support Africa's amazingly talented and entrepreneurial women artisans

The #ChooseArtisan global campaign launches today! Let's support Africa's amazingly talented and entrepreneurial women artisans

The real importance and value of artisan enterprise in contributing to
economic development, poverty alleviation and women's empowerment is
finally being recognised by the world. The timely launch of the
#ChooseArtisan global campaign today (10 September 2015) is certainly
getting people talking, and rightly so, about the incredible work being
done by forward thinking women artisan entrepreneurs, particularly in
places like Africa, where traditional crafts are being elevated to a whole
new status.

Video: 'I of Africa' interviews Africa's leading lady of fashion, Deola Sagoe
16/09/2015
Video: 'I of Africa' interviews Africa's leading lady of fashion, Deola Sagoe

Video: 'I of Africa' interviews Africa's leading lady of fashion, Deola Sagoe

Founder, executive producer, and host of I of Africa, Aina Fadina,
interviews Nigerian Couture designer, Deola Sagoe. Watch as Deola Sagoe
explains how Yoruba and Japanese culture has influenced her creative
process. She also uses her 25 years in the fashion business to provide an
insight into building luxury labels in Africa and the importance of being
true to your brand.

5 top tips for keeping motivation high during challenging times
16/09/2015
5 top tips for keeping motivation high during challenging times

5 top tips for keeping motivation high during challenging times

I have a confession to make, and I think you may feel the same way – I love
being an entrepreneur! It’s such an incredible experience. And, at the same
time, the hardest thing I’ve ever done. So what happens when the weight of
being an entrepreneur, mom and partner becomes too much to bear? How do you
stay motivated?

Lungile Kunene - The startup story of a South African fashion designer embarking on a global retail journey
08/09/2015
Lungile Kunene - The startup story of a South African fashion designer embarking on a global retail journey

Lungile Kunene - The startup story of a South African fashion designer embarking on a global retail journey

Typically, fashionpreneurs are some of the most creative individuals and
always passionate about the work they produce. They have a vision for the
clothes they design and an idea of the people who will be wearing their
creations and how they will make those people feel. Lungile Kunene of
Izembatho Creations is one designer who has a clear vision for the
aesthetic and emotional response she wishes the women who will be wearing
her clothes to have.

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