WE Club Expands to Armenia's Regions

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23-11-2018

WE Club Expands to Armenia's Regions

The first regional Women Entrepreneurs Club (WE Club) was launched in Goris, Syunik Region. The local business women, as well as men gathered together to discuss business-related challenges they face, establish new connections and network. They had the opportunity to get advice and tips on business management, marketing and branding from invited leading specialists. The WE club was attended by a group of Syrian-Armenian business women, who were there to present their success stories and establish new business connections.

The “WE Clubs” is the initiative of the EU-SMEDA project aiming to establish an effective platform of capacity building, establishing business connections and networking for Armenian women entrepreneurs. It is held on monthly basis. 

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