GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Global Entrepreneurship Week

Global Entrepreneurship Week is a celebration of innovators who dream big and launch startups that bring ideas to life. GEW reaches millions of people of all ages and backgrounds through local, national and global events and activities. During one week each November, partners around the world hold events and competitions to celebrate and support local entrepreneurs.

 

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Global Entrepreneurship Week

Global Entrepreneurship Week is a celebration of innovators who dream big and launch startups that bring ideas to life. GEW reaches millions of people of all ages and backgrounds through local, national and global events and activities. During one week each November, partners around the world hold events and competitions to celebrate and support local entrepreneurs.

 

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GEW HIGHLIGHTS

#GEW2021 Hosting Training - 180 countries. 40,000 activities. Removing barriers and welcoming all. November 8-14, 2021
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GEN Namibia, GEW2021
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions around the world inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them to potential collaborators, mentors, and even investors. In eight years, Global Entrepreneurship Week has expanded to 160 countries – building and strengthening entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world.
MOMPRENEURS, Design Thinking - How are they coping?
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GEN Namibia
This special event honours mothers who are entrepreneurs, raising families, and or having a day job. How do they manage? It is a complex situation that will be unpacked by speakers from Deloitte South Africa, Ms. Michaela Mahes, part of the team at Alchemy Learning Offerings.
We also have our own MOM-Preneurs, Ms. Helena Amadhila from Tommy's Lodge in Karibib; Mrs. Twapewa Kadhikwa, from Twapewa Kadhikwa Institute of Entrepreneurship & SME Development Namibia, Ms. Ilke Platt from Poiyah Media another Mom-preneur in media.
Celebrating Entrepreneurs during GEW 2021
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GEN Namibia, gen global
Keynote Speaker Twapewa Khadikwa, Laureate of the Namibian Business Hall of Fame, who has never sought formal employment, said “entrepreneurs are a key component of Namibia and Africa’s development agenda and it is with great pride that I take this journey to provide a platform where they can be heard. We have been working extremely hard to ensure that this is not just another business show but one that actively contributes to our growth as a nation and the continent at large.”