Visa’s She’s Next & Dubai Business Women Council Champion Female Entrepreneurship at Global What’s Next Fest.
Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), the UAE’s first program for the personal and professional growth of businesswomen in the Emirate of Dubai, followed the chairman lineup at 2020 What’s Next Fest. Hosted by the Female Founder Collective and Visa’s She’s Next, the three-day online summit brought together founders from around the globe to arm global women administrators with valuable lessons to help reframe their businesses and their expectations so they can look up and look forward.
Entitled A Lesson in Leadership, the committee yielded insights on leading through uncertainty and making arrangements to safeguard one’s business and building a new roadmap to work in 2020 and before among other topics.
“We’re thankful to have had the opportunity to speak at What’s Next Fest and excited to be part of Visa’s ongoing global leadership that aligns with our mission to promote female entrepreneurship and helps our DBWC members tap into the power of Visa’s global trademark and network,” said Nadine Halabi, Business Development Manager for the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC).
“Combined efforts like these are essential to covering the way for female-led companies and helps provide them with tools and supplies that are beneficial to their businesses as well as a mindset to suit the new world we’re residing in.”
The event showcased star control panels, impactful fireplace chats, and interactive Q&A to create influence and constant guidance that extends beyond the limits of a single event and country. The assemblies provided educational insights, expert guidance, and concrete takeaways to attendees as they forge ahead into one of the most challenging years in an account for administrators.
“We are delighted to expand the influence of our global She’s Next program here in the UAE and the wider MENA quarter through the collaboration of compatible companions such as DBWC. At Visa, we remain dedicated to helping female entrepreneurs in driving roadblocks so they can power through the next stage of their business.
The topics that our global event was able to share - from choice and creative ways to funding to innovative marketing tactics and insights, improving digital experiences or embracing new down models – are a statement to how we resume looking for ways to help women founders build out their entrepreneurial visions,” said Marcello Baricordi, General Manager for MENA at Visa. The virtual festival took place from 22 September to 24 September.