WICCI organizes first Business Summit for Women

1797 Featured : 23 Apr 2021

The Canada-India Business Summit for Women brings together women entrepreneurs from Canada and India, along with leaders in business and government, for cross-border connections, dialogue and networking.

WICCI organizes first Business Summit for Women

Womens Indian Chamber of Commerce Industry (WICCI) is organizing its first Business Summit for Women' virtually on Saturday April 24, 2021 from 11- 1 PM. The Canada-India Business Summit for Women aims to promote enhanced bilateral cooperation between women business owners in Canada and India.

For the first time in Toronto, the WICCI Central Canada- India Business Council brings together virtually hundreds of women worldwide to rise in unity with innovation, creativity and sustainability.The guest speakers are experienced and seasoned businesswomen from India and Canada, including award winning Diversity and Inclusion driven Entrepreneur who will be sharing their vast knowledge and expertise with our audience virtually.

  • Shikha Sharma
  • Dr Shikha Gupta
  • Eni Oszlai
  • Randi Goodman
  • Melloney Campbell
  • Vandana Bhatt

The Canada-India Business Summit for Women brings together women entrepreneurs from Canada and India, along with leaders in business and government, for cross-border connections, dialogue and networking.

The Summit provides exclusive access to:

- Insights on business opportunities in the Canada and India

- Inspiring speakers andinteractive panel discussions

- High-level networking opportunities

ABOUT WICCI-

Womens Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) is a premier National Business Chamber for Women in India envisioning Global Impact for Women Entrepreneurs, Businesswomen and Professionals from all walks of life.

Mokshi Virk was appointed to a prestigious position of the President of the Central Canada India Business Council last year for her empowering leadership and achievements.

Supported by the massive global networks of ALL Ladies League (ALL), Women Economic Forum (WEF) and SHEconomy, with 200,000 members and supporters worldwide, including 50,000 in India:WICCIdrives fundamental changes in governmental policies, laws, incentives and entrepreneurial ecosystems, with a view to robustly encourage and empower women in business, industry and commerce across all sectors and fields.

WICCIand its manifold Councils at International, National, Regional, State, Sectoral and City levels, representing close to 200 sectors, suggest from time to time concrete steps and recommendations to relevant government authorities and institutions to help mitigate our many challenges, facilitate our ease of doing business, and empower women-owned businesses to become more competitive.

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