Being one of the three panelists for the Women Empowerment roundtable discussion was an honor. To be able to empower other women and share my experience of being a mother and a successful entrepreneur was delightful. I couldn’t have thought of a better way to celebrate happiness day. It was a room full of powerful and inspirational women sharing life experiences and empowering each other. I am grateful to Dubai Business Women’s Council and Dubai Quality Group for giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts, feelings and to be able to inspire other women and be inspired myself.
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The meeting space at Dubai Chamber of Commerce was brilliant. All the participants felt comfortable and I would like to thank Dubai Business Women Council for the amazing programme of events that they hold for their members.
Enriching and empowering!
I am very grateful to the DBWC for inviting me to speak at the recent event for Ince & Co. It was such an honour to have so many incredible women want to hear my story. I was humbled by the audience’s response.
Organisations such as the DBWC provide such an important opportunity for collaboration, networking and support for women in business. The positivity, professionalism and the inspiration that the DBWC provides is commendable and I look forward to continued involvement with such a wonderful organisation.
Chief Brand Officer, WWE
It was truly an honor to participate in the “Women in Leadership Panel”
hosted by the Dubai Business Women Council on April 29th. I had the
opportunity to speak alongside female business leaders in the community
including Elissa Freiha, Co-Founder and Managing Director, WOMENA, and
MunaEasa Saleh Al Gurg, Director of Retail, Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group and Chairwoman, Young Arab Leaders UAE. The panel was moderated by Katie Fielder, News Anchor, Dubai One’s Emirates News.Elissa started her own female run business of angel investors and was listed as one of Arabian Business’ 100 most powerful Arab women in 2015 and 2016. Muna not only runs her family’s business alongside her two sisters, but has also founded ten lactation rooms for working mothers in business all over Dubai and teaches classes to women interested in learning more about finance. Key themes from the panel included: challenges and opportunities for women in the region, the need for resources for working mothers, required support from both male and female counterparts, the availability of tools to help achieve goals, and the importance of self-confidence. I am grateful to Nadine Halabi, Business Development Manager, and HE Dr. Raja Al Gurg, President Dubai Business Women Council for this incredible opportunity to share my personal journey. I hope the audience enjoyed the session as much as I did.
HRHUB Human resources and management consultancies / Business Owner partner
Launching and running own business is always a kind of challenge. And being a woman entrepreneur may raise in front of you even more questions you need to answer and go through.
DBWC gives a unique opportunity to find connections among, and inspiration from the same self-motivated and inspiring woman entrepreneurs from around the world.
I am fascinated with such events organized by DBWC as seminars, open panels discussions, workshops and networking, which are a great value to each and every member. Also, needless to mention the team of DBWC professionals who deliver the best quality cooperation and support to Business Women in Dubai.
Your input into opening new horizons and sharing positive vibes is tremendous, keep going like this!