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Women in Business, Supporting Women's Economic Empowerment - June 6th - Register now

Thursday, May 24, 2012

A special ½ day session with the Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and industry (AACCI) Forum and Expo is being held in Sydney on Wednesday 6 June 2012 with the principal objective of supporting women's economic empowerment through trade. One third of Australian businesses are operated by women-yet only 9% of SMEs operated by women export - so if you're a business that has plans to export (or you already are) this is a great forum to get along and benefit from the konwledge being shared in the room.

This session is being held in conjunction with the leading business women's owners organisation, Women Chiefs of Enterprise International (Australia). Confirmed guests include HE Rima Ahmeed Alaadeen, Jordanian Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand, and Justine Elliott, Australian Government, Parliamentary Secretary for Trade, Linda Dunkel, Elizabeth Broderick, Yasmina Azhari (Syria), Mahboba Rawi, Dr Leanne Piggott.

Click here to download the program, and here for a full list of speakers and their bios.

For more information and bookings, click here.

We have one complimentary pass to this event to give away, valued at $895.  To be in the running to win, post your thoughts about women, business and trade here at our Facebook page.  A winner will be drawn on Monday 28th May.

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