Women in Management, Business, and Public Service (WIMBIZ) recently held its yearly Women in Politics (WIMPol) webinar themed The Nigerian Constitution and Elections: A Right To Win’’, with over 300 participants in attendance.
WiiN donates food, essential PPE to support WARIF’s vulnerable women
Women Inspiring Impact Network (WiiN), a not for profit organisation focused on enabling growing women leaders discover their best selves, focus on opportunities and achieve indelible impact and success
WIMBIZ COVID-19 relief project brings succour to low-income earners
The current economic situation triggered by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains and business activities across countries, including Nigeria.
‘So many side-hustles will be birthed or accelerated at this time, and some will take over as main hustles’
Brands are actually living, breathing entities and so they can be relevant both by being authentic, impactful and in times like this with the ongoing global pandemic, flexible.
'Self-discovery, time management, vital for productive living'
To achieve a productive and purposeful life, women have been urged to enhance time and financial management, self-discovery and capacity building.
Women enjoined to improve digital skills for sustainable business
Women have been tasked on the need to improve their digital skills in order to boost business growth. Hence they’ve been encouraged to search out affordable, easy and professional ways to achieve...
Women’s dialogue, Womanifesto 2019, billed for Abuja
Nigerian women from various walks of life have concluded plans to converge for a national dialogue to discuss issues affecting women. In a statement by organisers of the event, the dialogue...
WIMBIZ to equip women with winning strategies at 18th annual conference
Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ), a non-profit organisation that has over the years impacted thousands of women, is set to strengthen and empower them across the board again.
WIMBIZ takes women in politics dialogue to Abuja
In Nigeria, women account for about 49.34 per cent of the population, yet they have 3.94 per cent representation in political appointments and 16.2 per cent in ministerial appointments.