The 18th Global Women In Leadership (WIL) Economic Forum brings together nearly 500 global male and female business leaders, policy makers, as well as young female professionals and entrepreneurs on 24th and 25th October 2016.
24 October 2016, 08:00 AM
25 October 2016, 05:00 PM
The 18th Global Women In Leadership (WIL) Economic Forum is bringing together up to 500 global male and female business leaders, policy makers, as well as young female professionals and entrepreneurs. They’re gathering to dissect the challenge of diversity, share experiences and produce actionable strategies to strive for women’s economic empowerment.
Endorsed by the UAE Ministry of Economy for the past three years, the forum has championed the recognition of women as key economics drivers for over a decade. It aims to highlight inspiring stories of successful women and best practices from organisations that are leading the way in this domain.
The forum also hosts the WIL Achievement Awards, presented by the Minister of Economy, His Excellency Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, to honour such exemplary individuals and organisations.
This year’s conversation revolves around three pillars: story-telling, future-building, and game changers. The agenda is designed to facilitate discussion, promote innovative thinking and have an impact on the global discourse around the role of women in the global economy.