Come migliorare l’accesso ai finanziamenti. Selena a Bruxelles.

Parlamento EuropeoAnche Selena Italy, con Cristina Gorajski, ha partecipato oggi al pranzo dibattito sull’ Imprenditoria Femminile e l’importanza di migliorare l’accesso ai finanziamenti presso il Salone dei Membri del Parlamento Europeo. L’evento con Teresa Jimenez Becerril – membro spagnolo del Parlamento Europeo e da sempre attenta ai diritti delle donne e all’uguaglianza di genere –  ha avuto fra gli speakers: 

 

  • Madonna Jarrett: Director Global Regulatory policy Deloitte, and a member of the Employment, Labor & Social Policy committee at BIAC – the business voice of OECD.
  • Nicole Primmer: Senior Policy Director at BIAC and oversees digital economy, employment, social and gender policy including G20 related activities. Deloitte and BIAC cooperate on the BIAC Women Entrepreneurship Project.
  • Anne Ravanona: Founder and CEO of Global InvestHer – a catalyst for getting Women Entrepreneurs funded fa ster and building Gender-Inclusive workplaces. She is an Astia Advisor and Founder of the Women Entrepreneurs Network in Paris. 
  • Orlagh Hunt: Group Human Resources Director at Allied Irish Banks (AIB). AIB supports several initiatives to promote female entrepreneurs and women-led business start-ups. 

Ha moderato:

  • Michael Meissner: Vice-President Corporate Affairs of Amway, a member company of Seldia – the European Direct Selling Association. Seldia represents over 5.2 million direct sellers in the EU of which 80% are women. Seldia is a founding member and holds the secretariat of the Women Entrepreneurship Platform (WEP).

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