DBWC backs women leadership summit
Dubai, August 10, 2014
The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), the official representative organisation for business women in Dubai, will support The Arab Women in Leadership & Business Summit.
Conceptualised and organised by MICE Quotient, the summit will see a host of women business and Government leaders congregate from around the world to discuss the various aspects of entrepreneurial women empowerment, a statement said.
DBWC, supported by the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce along with The US Arab Bilateral Chamber of Commerce, will be held on September 22 and 23 in Dubai at the Radisson Royal Hotel.
The event aims at inspiring women to seek their highest level of professional development by providing them with information, strategies, insights and perspectives on leadership training and development, said a statement.
The speakers, who come from diverse industries and are established leaders in their own right, would be discussing themes of education, gender inclusiveness, the stepping stones in professional development of women, and the roles played by external factors in development of women leaders and business professionals.
Some of the speakers include Nadine Halabi (Coordinator-DBWC), Anisa AlSharif (Director Policy and Strategy- Socioeconomic Development at The Executive Council, Government of Dubai ), Her Excellency Dr. Maryam Matar, MD Chairman & Founder, UAE Genetic Diseases Association; Her Excellency Rabiha Diab, Minister Ministry of Women ‘s Affairs – Palestine; Loubna Amhaïr, Member of Parliament, Popular Movement - Kingdom of Morocco and Dr Nahla Nasser Al-anbar, Private Executive Assistant, to His Royal Highness Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.
Raja Al Gurg, president of Dubai Business Women Council said: “Occasions like these provide an excellent platform to acknowledge the importance of our responsibility to be the catalysts of women empowerment and for likeminded individuals and organisations to provide the guiding foundation for every women to reach their own full potential.” –TradeArabia News Service