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Conference in the North launched

Its official, the Economist Businesswomen Club this week launched the 14th edition of its annual Businesswomen Conference in the North when sponsors and organisers celebrated the launch together. This annual conference has become an important highlight on the calendars of business managers and  entrepreneurs in the northern regions. It is scheduled for 08 August in Ongwediva. It creates an opportunity for women to share their expertise and skills, make new contacts, support one another and  form worthwhile business relationships. The event is sponsored by Telecom and Standard Bank. Initiated by Sara Elago as Namibian Businesswomen of the Year in 1999, the conference is expected to be bigger and better this year with in-depth presentations and workshops that cover topics vital to businesswomen in today’s marketplace. In the picture are, from the left, Oiva Angula, Senior Manager: Corporate Communications & Public Relations at Telecom, Hitivi Rue Kavitjene, Functional Manager at Standard Bank, Desere Lundon-Muller, chairperson of the Economist Businesswomen Club, Sara Elago, Patron of the Economist Businesswomen Northern Conference, Head of Marketing at Standard Bank, Thaddius Maswahu, and Ingrid van Straten, Head of Private Banking at Standard Bank. (Photograph by Lorato Khobetsi)

Its official, the Economist Businesswomen Club this week launched the 14th edition of its annual Businesswomen Conference in the North when sponsors and organisers celebrated the launch together. This annual conference has become an important highlight on the calendars of business managers and entrepreneurs in the northern regions. It is scheduled for 08 August in Ongwediva. It creates an opportunity for women to share their expertise and skills, make new contacts, support one another and form worthwhile business relationships. The event is sponsored by Telecom and Standard Bank. Initiated by Sara Elago as Namibian Businesswomen of the Year in 1999, the conference is expected to be bigger and better this year with in-depth presentations and workshops that cover topics vital to businesswomen in today’s marketplace. In the picture are, from the left, Oiva Angula, Senior Manager: Corporate Communications & Public Relations at Telecom, Hitivi Rue Kavitjene, Functional Manager at Standard Bank, Desere Lundon-Muller, chairperson of the Economist Businesswomen Club, Sara Elago, Patron of the Economist Businesswomen Northern Conference, Head of Marketing at Standard Bank, Thaddius Maswahu, and Ingrid van Straten, Head of Private Banking at Standard Bank. (Photograph by Lorato Khobetsi)

Its official, the Economist Businesswomen Club this week launched the 14th edition of its annual Businesswomen Conference in the North when sponsors and organisers celebrated the launch together. This annual conference has become an important highlight on the calendars of business managers and  entrepreneurs in the northern regions. It is scheduled for 08 August in Ongwediva. It creates an opportunity for women to share their expertise and skills, make new contacts, support one another and  form worthwhile business relationships. The event is sponsored by Telecom and Standard Bank. Initiated by Sara Elago as Namibian Businesswomen of the Year in 1999, the conference is expected to be bigger and better this year with in-depth presentations and workshops that cover topics vital to businesswomen in today’s marketplace. In the picture are, from the left, Oiva Angula, Senior Manager: Corporate Communications & Public Relations at Telecom, Hitivi Rue Kavitjene, Functional Manager at Standard Bank, Desere Lundon-Muller, chairperson of the Economist Businesswomen Club, Sara Elago, Patron of the Economist Businesswomen Northern Conference, Head of Marketing at Standard Bank, Thaddius Maswahu, and Ingrid van Straten, Head of Private Banking at Standard Bank. (Photograph by Lorato Khobetsi)

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