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Due to the global pandemic, the 2020 Nigeria WINConference stands postponed.
Please watch this space for an update on new dates.
Every year, WIN invites leaders from different countries to look at how to shape a future that benefits all. Top business executives, NGOs, activists and politicians meet in a vibrant and diverse setting, integrating the feminine with modern business practices and tools. WIN inspires and is inspired as we accelerate the empowerment of more women across the globe.
Rooted in Africa, our vision is to inspire new leadership as we empower, develop and connect women with a feminine, authentic and global way. Through world-class plenary sessions, practical workshops, bench-marking forums and coaching, we provide communities, companies and individual leaders the possibility to grow and contribute to a world in which we all flourish.
In Nigeria WIN works on several training projects and initiatives to empower women and young people and foster entrepreneurship and activism.
The Nigeria WINConference provides you with inspiration, knowledge, practical tools and contacts to help you succeed and create the future. It will help you to lead the way and support others that do so too. WIN will inspire and accompany you on your journey as an integrated feminine, authentic and global leader. Joining the WINConference also gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself into an exchange of best practices with companies embracing diversity, initiating inclusive cultures and where you can find women leading the way.
The 2020 Nigeria WINConference stands postponed in light of COVID-19. We will run a special forum within the Global WIN conference focusing on Africa.
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WIN Nigeria is run in partnership with Human Resource Working Partners, headed by Executive Partner Charity Nwakolam Ohadiugha, and attracts resourceful women from across Africa