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21-May-2019  
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The studied growth of women development across Africa in recent times could be widely attributed to the commitment of some women to identifying and taking up opportunities which add professional value to themselves and their businesses.

 It is encouraging to note that the major focus for most African women in business has been to explore ventures and opportunities to grow their business regardless of its size. Making women the ideal choice as better managers of businesses.

The conscious commitment by women to improve on their businesses through networking and identifying opportunities and strategies have seen an immense turn around in the socio-economic growth of women.

 These remarks were in response to an invitation to Ghanaian lawyer Mrs. Elsie Apau-Klu as a key guest speaker for these years “Women Empowerments Breakfast 2019” with Mrs. Folorunso Alakija in Florida USA.

Ahead of the summit, Ghanaian lawyer Mrs. Elsie Apau-Klu described the forum as one of the many opportunities the African woman has to engage each other to network and create solid opportunities to advance their businesses.

According to Mrs. Apau-Klu, the major challenge most businesswomen face in Africa is the lack and ability to network strategically and effectively to grow their sector.

“one of our major challenges in Africa as women is the lack and will to network, identify practical opportunities which has the ability to grow ourselves.”

“The African woman is evolving, and this message should be sent across. There are existing opportunities we can tap into, let us learn to support our own, make use of opportunities, as women we make better managers when we are in charge” she added.

The 2019 edition of the Women Empowerments Breakfast 2019” with Mrs. Folorunso Alakija will be held in Florida, USA from the 23rd to 26th of June 2019. The forum brings together over 13 speakers across the globe including former president of Malawi, Her Excellency Joyce Banda, former Florida Palm Beach Mayor, Priscilla Taylor among other speakers.
 
 
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