For the second consecutive year, the Women Economic Forum Caribbean will be held, with resilience as the central theme. This time it will be a face-to-face event and will take place in San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 17 and 18. The virtual connection modality is also contemplated.
Specialists from the region will meet at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico’s Metro Campus with the purpose of analyzing key issues such as “education trends, job opportunities, economic growth, technology, innovation, politics and health.”
During the two days of the forum, various workshops will be organized as well as a business fair to establish synergies among the attendees. This year, an attendance of 900 people is expected, both from the organizing country and from the rest of the world.
The Women Economic Forum Caribe will be the stage to discuss “the current status of women and their future direction; about business and supporting women-founded businesses and initiatives by exposing them to a broader audience.” It should be noted that the WEF is an event particularly aimed at women and young people, Foundations, NGOs, as well as influencers, the media and government institutions.
The organizers of the forum hope that the discussions will give the necessary impetus to the negotiations for the empowerment of women with a new vision of the world.
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