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    WEBB megastore
    If you're an aspiring female entrepreneur looking for a way to break into business online , Franchise opportunities or business services ,This site is for you!
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    Connecting Empowering
    WE are adopting the Women's Empowerment Principle 5 : Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women
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    WEPs (UN Women & UN Global Compact )
    WEBB Middle East became a signatory of the women's empowerment principales (WEPs) to empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community www.weprinciples.org
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    " Women's Business Enterprise Market "
    The first online platform that connects female entrepreneurs into economic force for change.
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    Women make the best entrepreneurs!
    Pooling all women's skills under one roof in one place

MOU Between WEBB International Middle East & Arab Business Leaders
Arab Business Leaders and WEBB International Middle East (http://www.webb-international.org/) signed a Memorandum Of Understanding to collaborate on women empowerment inititatives in the Arab World on May 11th, 2013 — with Rim Siam at Dubai International Financial Centre.
WEBB International Middle East announced intitiative:" 20000 by 2020 "

WEBB International Middle East in Association with United Nations Industrial Development Organization( UNIDO-ITPO) Bahrain + Arab Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship and Investment Training+ General Union of Chambers of Commerce Industry & Agriculture for Arab Countries, announced inintiative ; Empowering 20000 women and youth by 2020 through 200 leaders in the Middle East & Africa
WEBB International Middle East Welcome from Kathy Korman Frey
WEBB International Middle East Welcome from Kathy Korman Frey founder of the Hot Mommas Project out of the George Washington University School of Business DC. Hot Mommas = Dynamic Women www.Hotmommasproject.org The Hot Mommas® Project is an award-winning women’s leadership research venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business, Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence. It is the world’s largest women’s case study library, providing free online access to stories of female role models and mentors. The research initiative started in 2002 to fill a gap in the education system: Scalable access to role models, particularly female ones. Why role models and mentors matter: Exposure to role models and mentors increases a specific type of self-confidence of women and girls necessary for success. Is self confidence lower for women and girls, still? Yes. Believe it or not, it is. While we earn the majority of Masters degrees and PhDs, the confidence crisis starts earlier. We are dedicated to training women on this, so we can teach our girls. Research shows men do not suffer from this issue, as much, so are our partners in this process. What happens if we don’t build our confidence? Women and girls limit their opportunities. Two known solutions are exposure to role models and mentors in person, and on paper (e.g., case studies). Is there a benefit to corporations and economies if we’re successful? Yes. The research is extensive from the home, to the classroom, to the boardroom, to around the globe. Corporations promoting women to executive positions are more profitable. Nations encouraging female entrepreneurs boost their GDP. The list continues. When women and girls succeed, we all succeed together. If you can't see it, you can't be it. The Hot Mommas® Project takes the stories of women in our lives, and makes those stories teachable. We are a digital democracy welcoming people of all religions, races, educational backgrounds and income levels. Our resulting case studies and seminars improve confidence in women 18 and older up to 200%. We are currently piloting with tweens and high schoolers
WEBB Middle East took part of the 2013 UNPS forum in Bahrain
WEBB International Middle East had the privilege to be part of the First UNPS Forum in the Middle East The 2013 United Nations Public Service Forum, Day and Awards Ceremony. Kingdom of Bahrain from 24 to 27 June 2013 The United Nations Public Service Awards help identify and celebrate innovations in fighting poverty and promoting sustainable development. The Forum and Awards were under the patronage of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa , and hosted by the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain and organized by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Administration and Development Management in partnership with UN-Women, UNESCWA and UNIDO-ITPO Bahrain.This year’s theme was “Transformative e-Government and Innovation: Creating a Better Future for All." WEBB International Middle East was pleased to be part of the workshop : "Creating an Enabling Environment for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development through Innovation" .. www.unpsforum.bh/speakers-workshop5.php In this Global meeting Ms.Rim Siam, Chairman of WEBB International Middle East, had the privilege as an international attendee and invited speaker, to share with some of the world’s leaders a dynamic plenary panel discussion entitled “Entrepreneurs Debate" organized by UNIDO-ITPO Bahrain . Speakers explored, debated and shared their objectives and initiatives with participants . Ms.Siam delivered a presentation about WEBB International Middle East's initiative "20000 by 2020 " and discussed Empowering leaders through Education, Collaboration, and Innovation . She shared her thoughts and promoted the objectives of WEBB. The conference brought together over 700 attendees from all over the world, including high-level United Nations (UN) officials and representatives of Bahrain, world leaders, ministers, senior government officials, mayors, representatives from civil society, academia, the private sector, as well as international and regional organizations. The Conference was a perfect hub for networking. It was truly an amazing experience.
MOU between "WEBB International Middle East" and "Bahrain Business Women's Society"
On the 26 of June 2013 , A new partnership between "WEBB International Middle East" and " Bahrain Business Women's Society", was signed by Mrs.Rim Siam Chairman of WEBB International Middle East and Mrs.Ahlam Al Janahi , President of Bahrain Business Women's Society. The new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in the Kingdom of Bahrain was to reaffirm the partnership between the two organisations ,to support women’s empowerment around the Middle East, to ensure closer collaboration; sharing information, expertise, and to build cultural and professional bridges between Bahrain's women and women around the world.
WEBB Middle East Participate in " Women Weave the Web Campaign "
WEBB International Middle East participate in "Women Weave the Web Campaign" created by the "World Pulse" to make sure that every woman can access the tools that will empower her. " World Pulse" support women who are using the Internet to transform the world ! http://worldpulse.com/node/83639 WEBB Middle East:"An Egyptian Feminist Movement into Global Digital Action"
REPORTAGE ON WORLD NEWS ABOUT WEBB MIDDLE EAST
REPORTAGE ON WORLD NEWS ABOUT WEBB MIDDLE EAST 12 OCTOBER 2014 ....... http://youtu.be/BK2e-m62_Zs ....... Successful entrepreneurs are givers and not takers of positive energy Every great dream begins with a dreamer! Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream of it ! The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.
WEBB Middle East Promo
https://youtu.be/oFxVsqWtVwE
WEBB Middle East presentation at PACE University's Entrepreneurship Lab.NY
On July 25th,2015 , Ms. Siam CEO of WEBB Middle East Ltd & AWEP member visited PACE University's Entrepreneurship Lab.New York .
U.S. Women Leaders Welcome African Women’s Entrepreneurship
U.S. Women Leaders Welcome African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program Participants for Speed Convening at Meridian On August 3, 2015, Meridian International Center welcomed a group of women from Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt for speed-mentoring sessions with members of the Meridian Council on Women’s Leadership (CWL). The seven women were participating in the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program, an International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The three-week program included visits to Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Portland, and Washington, DC, for a professional meetings, workshops, networking, and cultural activities. AWEP seeks to help talented African women entrepreneurs promote the growth of their businesses and create long-lasting partnerships and networks, both regionally and in the U.S. The program featured two 40-minute speed-mentoring sessions between the visiting women and members of the CWL, a diverse group of public and private sector professionals who are committed to the advancement of women’s empowerment and leadership. The event opened with welcoming remarks from Meridian’s Vice President of Development, Amy Selco, who encouraged the women to take this opportunity to “start the conversation” about their ambitions and challenges as entrepreneurs in Africa, and to share the advice and networking tools in their own communities. The small-group conversations focused on overcoming obstacles that limit African women’s participation in economic growth and access to business opportunities. As the visitors discussed challenges they have faced and goals they are reaching towards, the mentors asked questions and shared personal experiences and suggestions for achieving success. While a Moroccan entrepreneur explained the challenges of finding and building a trusting relationship with a business partner, CWL founding member Gwen Holliday of the DCI Group discussed ways to increase visibility in the U.S. for one woman’s argan oil business. Between the mentoring sessions, the women were joined by Executive Vice President of Meridian, Lee Satterfield, who spoke briefly about the importance of mentorship and congratulated the entrepreneurs on their efforts. The work of these women will be extremely important in spurring economic growth and promoting women’s involvement in business both in North Africa and across the globe. http://www.meridian.org/education/conferences/item/1624-us-women-leaders-welcome-african-women%E2%80%99s-entrepreneurship-program-participants-for-speed-convening-at-meridian
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