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6 Jan 2018
The Guardian Newspaper is excited to announce its to partnership with Young Woman's Guide, an organization that provides leadership training and development to young women from all backgrounds.
25 Nov 2017
One-woman proposition, a product of Sterling Bank, tailored specifically for women, is partnering with Motherhood In-Style magazine in its maiden edition of a two-day event tagged: Mums in Business Fair and Conference in Lagos.
4 Nov 2017
Mary Olushoga, Founder of the African Women Power (AWP) Network won the empowerment award at the recently concluded AWIEF conference, which took place in Cape Town, South Africa.
16 Sep 2017
Voke Ejenavi joined Taxify in 2016 when she came into Lagos as a job seeker. The master’s degree holder, who started living off her savings at the time, opted for driving to make ends meet.
15 Jul 2017
The 2017 Women In Journalism Africa (WIJAfrica) conference, took place recently at the MUSON Centre, Onikan. With the theme: “Pioneers, Innovators and The Brave New World”, the fourth edition of the annual conference hosted female and male journalists.....
10 Jun 2017
Chief Executive Officers and Policy Makers across a broad range of sectors on Tuesday gathered for the 2017 edition of the WIMBIZ CEO/Policy Maker Interactive Breakfast Series at the Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos.
11 Mar 2017
Nigerian women in business have been advised to support one another to grow by employing women over men as a way to fix the patriarchal problems in the country.
5 Nov 2016
Our lot in the diaspora, as is often the case with conferences and awards shows on the motherland, is to tune in online to join the conversation and get snippets of the event.
5 Nov 2016
Women from all walks of life gathered this week at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island for a two-day conference organized by the Women in Management, Business and Public Services....
29 Oct 2016
In commemoration of our 15th anniversary, we also recently launched our Big Sister Program - a mentoring program targeted at teenage girls in government secondary schools.
13 Aug 2016
This was part of the submission made by the governor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasir El-Rufai, in his keynote address at the Special Edition Abuja Roundtable of Women in Business (WIMBIZ) in Abuja.
6 Aug 2016
In celebration of its 15th year anniversary, Nigeria’s foremost women’s focused NGO, Women in Management, Business & Public Service (WIMIBIZ) is holding a Special Edition Roundtable and formal Induction Ceremony of new members.

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