Women’s Entrepreneurship Day will be celebrated at the United Nations in New York City in partnership with Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) and the US Department of State on November 19th, 2014. This will be the world’s largest celebration of women innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare in 144 countries. PwC, BNP Paribas, Microsoft and United Nations Foundation are our founding partners. Women’s Entrepreneurship Day will bring awareness to the 250 million girls living in poverty who we will inspire and empower – hope you will join us!
“ONE DAY TO CELEBRATE, SUPPORT AND EMPOWER WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS WORLDWIDE.”
We are proud to announce that New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to proclaim November 19th, 2014 as Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. We have a student ambassador global initiative in full swing with top colleges engaged including Stanford, Duke, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Columbia, Barnard, Babson and University of Oxford, and a global team of World Ambassadors from China to Pakistan primed to activate their communities with the WED movement. Our mission is to engage women and men globally to pledge their support to a women entrepreneur or cause to support their community with Talent, Time, or Treasure. On December 3rd, we will also launch the first Wednesday after Thanksgiving the #WomenWOW social media campaign to encourage everyone to support women entrepreneurs and causes that will inspire millions just like Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday.
We will celebrate the unwavering positives that women entrepreneurs bring to the global economy as well as empower and support future generations.”- Wendy Diamond – CEO and Founder of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day
This Day Will Be Celebrated In 144 Countries – Click here to meet our world ambassadors
A Day That Launches a Movement Where the World Unites in Support of Women Entrepreneurs
The total number of women on the planet since 2013 is almost 3.6 Billion! Yet the World Economic Forum reports that no nation has yet to achieve gender equality – depending on where they live, women only have access to 58-70% of the economic, educational, health and political resources and opportunities available to men 1 Let’s change this and make 2014 the year everyone must come together and make a massive impact to support women owned businesses all over the world by taking the WOW™ pledge today.
We are asking every man and woman to join us in supporting a woman entrepreneur or woman-focused cause of her choice in honor of the first Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) by making the WOW™ pledge to Celebrate, Support and Empower Women…
The WOW Pledge
TO EMPOWER, CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT WOMEN IN BUSINESS AND BUILD A STRONG NETWORK FOR CHANGE WORLDWIDE
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