Women in Company Annual Leadership Satisfying 2019: Innovation and Innovation at the Heart of the Argument – Business owner

Women in Company Annual Leadership Satisfying 2019: Innovation and Innovation at the Heart of the Argument – Business owner

By Blair Morris

September 23, 2019

The Africa CEO Forum extends its commitment to the development of ladies’s leadership by arranging the second edition of the Ladies in Service Annual Leadership Satisfying in Paris on June 17 and18

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The Africa CEO Online Forum will host 250 high-level African females leaders to talk about the function of women in science, and the effects of the 4th Industrial Revolution on their businesses.

As the online forum further extends its commitment to promoting female management, the Ladies in Organisation Annual Management Meeting epitomises the organisation’s belief that African females leaders can be a powerful lever for the continent’s change.

Hosted for the very first time in Paris in July 2018, the occasion combined more than 150 of the most prominent ladies in Africa’s economic sector, culminating in the production of the Ladies in Organisation Network, the very first pan-African females’s impact network.

The impact of brand-new technologies on the service world

At a time when just a minority of decision-making positions in Africa’s science and innovation sectors are held by females, this second edition of the Ladies in Company Annual Management Satisfying will focus on the impact of brand-new innovations on business world, in addition to the function of women in science and innovation.

From expert system to robotics and Web of Things: it’s crucial to prioritise clinical research study in order to speed up development and satisfy the continent’s many requirements in fields as diverse as agriculture, health, energy and financing.

250 African female leaders – heads of personal companies and public organizations, supervisors of multinational business and speaking with firms active in Africa – will discuss these subjects in interactive sessions. Throughout the two-day occasion, they will likewise share ideas during inspiring masterclasses and practical workshops focused on developing their management abilities.

Top-level African women leaders slated to take part in the disputes consist of:

  • Elisabeth Medou Badang, VP and Spokesperson for the MEA Zone, Orange
  • Cathia Lawson-Hall, Head of Financial Institutions Group for Africa, Société Générale
  • Lucy Quist, Co-founder, Executive Women Network
  • Toyin Sanni, CEO, Emerging Africa Group
  • Anta Babacar Ngom, Executive Director, SEDIMA
  • Habiba Laklalech, Deputy CEO, Royal Air Maroc
  • Nadia Fettah, CEO, Saham Finances
  • Ibukun Awosika, President, First Bank of Nigeria
  • Massogbé Touré, President, SITA
  • Françoise Remarck, Chair of the Board of Directors, Canal Côte d’Ivoire and Martine Coffi-Studer, Chair of the Board of Directors, Bolloré Côte d’Ivoire.

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