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Recognising the need to equip and empower young girls, the Women in Business, Management and Public Service (WIMBIZ) has hosted the WIMBIZ Big Sister Programme, an initiative that seeks to provide life skills for girls to boost their confidence...
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Chinaza Favour, a visionary advocate for personal transformation, dedicates herself to empowering individuals, especially the youth, to embrace their highest potential. As an accomplished author of transformative books, including ‘Dear Young One,’ she has impacted over 15,000 youths worldwide.
Precious Joy Orukpe is a certified Human Resource professional. A results-driven business leader with a passion for helping startup companies enhance their brand experience, she has a successful background in manufacturing and retail...
To recognise the remarkable achievements of young women showcasing tenacity and brilliance on the global stage, the maiden edition of the Future-Forward FemaleTM 25 Under 25 Awards has been held. Held at Muson Centre, Lagos, the awards, the brainchild of Debola Deji-Kurunmi, marked a significant milestone in the empowerment and recognition of 25 young ladies…
At the 22nd annual Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) conference concluded recently, women have been charged to unlock their potential, break barriers and thrive. This was the thrust of the exceptional, empowering and thought-provoking conference...
he Executive Secretary of the Lateef Jakande Leadership Academy (LJLA), Mrs. Ayisat Agbaje-Okunade, is a law graduate of the University of Westminster, United Kingdom (UK).
Some women groups have lent their voices to the five gender bills thrown out in March 2022 by the 9th National Assembly, urging the current parliament to ensure the passage of the bills.
To motivate and inspire women to envision a brighter future by unlocking their full potential, Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is set to hold its 22nd Annual Conference scheduled for November 2 and 3, 2023, at Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos.
Despite Nigeria’s strong entrepreneurial spirit, only 15 per cent of tech startup co-founders in Nigeria are women. A study published by LongHash in 2018 shows that among 100 blockchain startups surveyed, female employees accounted for only 14.5 per cent of the workforce.
A non-profit organisation, Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ), recently held its Maiden London Conference with the theme, “Limitless: Embrace the Infinite”.
HACEY Initiative has called for the implementation of girls’ right, saying it would help eliminate many disadvantages faced by females. Co-founder, HACEY Initiative, Isaiah Owolabi, said that sensitising the girl child about their rights would also help in curbing gender-based violence in the country.
Five audacious women, Uzoamaka Izukanne Igweike, Tarebi Alebiosu, Adedotun Akande, Ndidi Nwuneli and Mimi Ade-Odiachi...
A not-for-profit organisation, Women in Management Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is set to make history with the hosting of its maiden London Conference. This groundbreaking event, the first of its kind in the heart of the United Kingdom...