International Organisation of Employers, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, and the UN Global Compact are co-organising a digital conference on 8 December on making the COVID-19 recovery a “reboot” for female entrepreneur and leadership.
To participate in this event, please register here.
On 8 December (7:45 EST / 13:45 CEST), UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed together with female CEOs will address Female Business, Government and Civil Society leaders at virtual conference on women entrepreneurs.
The event will bring together the voices of multi-generational leaders from the private and public sectors through dialogue, in order to share, discuss and establish a footprint for collaboration around three key areas:
- Women leading in solidarity for sustainable livelihood and shaping leadership.
- Obstacles and opportunities to breaking through the corporate glass ceiling.
- WOMENpreneurs-challenging the orthodoxies.
Interpretation is available into and from English, French and Spanish.
8 December 2020, 7:45– 9:30 (EST) / 13:45 – 15:30 (CET)
Master of Ceremonies
Shea Gopaul,Special Representative to the United Nations, IOE
Introduction: Roberto Suarez-Santos, Secretary-General, IOE
Keynote speaker: Amina J. Mohammed,Deputy Secretary-General, UN
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Dialogue Moderated by Sanda Ojiambo,Executive Director, UN Global Compact
WOMENpreneurs challenging the orthodoxies on the ‘secret ingredient’ to recover and grow in the digital economy
Dialogue Moderated by Roberto Suarez-Santos, Secretary-General, IOE
Q&A with open floor to exchange views and share feedback
Concluding remarks : Gabriella Rigg Herzog, Vice President, Labor Affairs and