Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Organization (WeDO) is a worldwide movement that carries throughout the year in support of women in business globally. WeDO ignites women leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs to initiate startups, drive economic expansion, and advance communities worldwide. WeDO is celebrated in 144 countries and 65 universities and colleges internationally, with a growing global legion of 333 global ambassadors activated in every continent! The WeDO mission is to empower the 4 billion women worldwide to be catalysts for change and uplift over 250 million girls living in poverty worldwide. It builds a global blueprint to alleviate and eradicate poverty.

San Francisco Mayor, London Breed, proclaimed Women’s Entrepreneurship Day an official day on November 19th annually.

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Nob Hill Gazette

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