Women in Supply Chain Management Symposium & Exhibition
Due to the delegations traveling from across Africa and also to many requests to give more opportunity to SMEs, Youth, Women and Persons with Disabilities to register we have extended the registration to 15th of June and the Symposium to 17,18 and 19th June at Radison Blu Hotel Upper Hill, Nairobi, Kenya.
The Event will run from 08:00 till 17:00 each day
*GROUP DISCOUNT AVAILABLE*, This include a 15% discount for all SMEs and 20% to Youth, Women and Persons with Disabilities owned and led enterprises.
Investing in Women-owned and Women-led businesses (WBE) creates jobs, injects revenue into the economy, and boosts the financial stability of families and communities. Out of the WBEs that exist today, over 70% rely on their company as their primary source of income and that of their households. That said, the impact of WBEs extends beyond individual households. One of the biggest reasons why WBEs are having such a profound impact on communities is due to the nature of their work. Women are more likely than men to start a business that benefits the greater community.
Imagine how different our world would be if people made the right purchasing decisions every time? If corruption, quality and value weren’t a concern? Hospitals would have better equipment for better patient care; universities and school districts would have better resources for better learning experiences; citizens would have better roadways, parks and services. A better world can be uncovered when smart spending decisions lead to equal opportunity, more innovation, better healthcare, better education, better infrastructure, market competition, higher quality products and ultimately, improved quality of life.
By creating a supplier diversity program and supporting the development of women professionals in the Supply Chain management fields , you can empower the growth of WBEs and improve your company’s socioeconomic impact.
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