SHE CAN by Entreprenelle: Everything to Know About 2022’s The Boldest Edition

SHE CAN by Entreprenelle: Everything to Know About 2022's The Boldest Edition

Summits have been quite popular in Egypt over the last few years, but when there’s a summit dedicated to women entrepreneurs, leaders, decision-makers, investors, and more, we’re all ears! This is why we are excited about the 7th edition of SHE CAN by Entreprenelle.

From inspiring and educational talks, workshops, panel discussions, masterclasses to exhibitions, competitions, mentorship & networking activities, awards, funding opportunities, and a lot more, filling up a one-day event at the heart of Cairo.

After going digital during COVID-19, this year SHE CAN is back on-ground at the Greek Campas under the slogan of “The Boldest Edition” and will be introducing plenty of bad-ass women to the stage on Saturday, 5th of March. 

This year’s edition aims to celebrate persevering, committed women, be it business owners or women in general, for getting through the hard, testing times that we’ve all endured due to The COVID-19 Pandemic and pushing their way through the struggles to come out winning and successful on the other side.

SHE CAN is held by Entreprenelle, an Egyptian social development & business impact organization that mainly aims to support women economically by educating, training, and linking them to all the possible entrepreneurship resources. Entreprenelle successfully impacted more than 100,000 Egyptian women & generated thousands of projects.

To learn more about this year’s speakers and workshops, visit SHE CAN’s Instagram page, and to get your ticket, head to SHE CAN’s website.

For a chance to win a ticket, head to our Instagram!

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