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Businesswomen in the North converge on Ongwediva

Businesswomen in the North converge on Ongwediva

The 17th annual Economist Businesswomen Conference was held on Thursday in Ongwediva at Bennie’s Park Conference Centre with 115 delegates attending supported by a contingent of organisers, translators and dignitaries.
The Mayor of Ongwediva, Her Worship Angeline Angula opened the floor for the seven expert presentations with Naita Awene of Telecom in the lead. She was followed by Karen van der Merwe of Standard Bank, Baronice Hans of Bank Windhoek, Tanya Stroh of Turipamwe Design Studio, Hasekiel Johannes of the Business Innovation Centre, Hannelie Eksteen of Eleni Skincare, Sakeus Enkono of AMTA’s Ongwediva Fresh Produce hub and Saima Nambinga of the Law Society.
The conference concluded with a dinner function and a certificate ceremony. The sponsors are Standard Bank Namibia, Telecom Namibia and Sure Ritz Travel.

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