Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is excited to announce the theme for its 22nd Annual Conference, which will be held from November 2nd to November 3rd, 2023, at Eko Hotels and Suites.
This year’s conference theme is “MISSION I’MPOSSIBLE: THRIVE!” and is set to inspire, empower and equip participants with the tools necessary to thrive in uncertain times.
The WIMBIZ Annual Conference is known for attracting high-profile and exceptional speakers, and this year will be no different. The conference will feature an impressive lineup of speakers, including our Conference Chairperson, Bimbo Oloyede, CEO, Strictly Speaking; Simon Melchior, Chief Executive Officer, ASSECO Software Nigeria Ltd; Omon Dike, Founder/CEO, U-Connect Human Resources Ltd & Gr8jobsngto; Leena Pylvanainen, Ambassador of Finland to Nigeria, and to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS); Dr. Rufai Oseni, TED Conferences Speaker, Advisor, Start Up Africa, Global Speaker, TV Host; Tosin Adefeko, CEO, AT3 Resources; Pharm. Josephine Ehimen, CEO, Nett Pharmacy; Jette Bjerrum, Consul General & Head of Mission, Royal Danish Consulate General, Lagos; Folusho Gbadamosi, Executive Director, Junior Achievement Nigeria; Fisayo Fosudo, Tech & Finance Creator; Tobi Ayeni, Digital Strategist & Founder MissTechy; Tomike Adeoye, Award Winning Brand Influencer, Actor & Entrepreneur and many others.
“This year’s theme is timely and relevant as it comes against the backdrop of economic and social challenges women in Nigeria and its impact on their various careers and businesses,” stated Hansatu Adegbite, Executive Director, WIMBIZ.
During the Press Conference that was held recently, she elaborated that a significant number of the remarkable accomplishments achieved by women were as a result of attending the WIMBIZ Annual Conference. It was further explained that the Conference was established to inspire women to reach their full potential and achieve great feats in their respective fields.
The conference will feature several sessions, including 5 Plenaries, 2 Deep Dives, WIMBIZ Conversations, and a Debate. These sessions will explore a wide range of topics, including parenting, health, technology, and governance. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experts in their respective fields and leave with actionable insights to apply to their businesses or organisations.
The conference will close with an After Party that promises to be unforgettable. This year’s Annual Conference promises to be an engaging and insightful experience for all participants. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the conversation and learn from some of the best minds in business and public service.
Registration is ongoing on the WIMBIZ’s websitewww.wimbiz.org or https://wimbiz.org/annual-conference-registration-2023/ with additional details rolled out consistently on its social media platforms.
Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is a non-profit organisation that has, over the last 22 years, implemented programs that inspire, empower and advocate for a greater representation of women in leadership positions in the public and private sector.
WIMBIZ has a contributory associate pool of 2,130 accomplished women in management, business and public service.
WIMBIZ collaborates with credible domestic and international organizations to deliver programs, which have positively influenced over 313,071 women to excel in their businesses and careers.
WIMBIZ Communications Team
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