Cartier Women’s Initiative 2023 announces winners and appeals
It supports since 2006 Cartier Women’s Initiative Women entrepreneurs have financial and social resources for the development of their business and leadership skills. This project The girls are running And Women Owned Industries From all countries and sectors supporting sustainable social and environmental impact. The initiative honored 32 influential entrepreneurs from around the world, with the 2023 Women of the Year winners announced during the annual awards ceremony in Paris.
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Cartier Women’s Initiative 2023
This year’s ceremony took place Salle Pleyel With the theme Forces for Good and presented by author and women’s activist Sandi Toksvig. He has coordinated with various leaders, entrepreneurs, public figures and others Change makers Together for this event, they can all share their own perspective on the power of women and their influential movements. Amal Clooney, Co-Founder Clooney Foundation for Justice, opened the event focusing on the legal fight for gender equality in the world. Clooney handed the microphone to Cyril Vigneron, chairman and CEO of Cartier, for his acceptance speech.
The program has been expanded with two new regional categories: Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania. Regions now include Latin America and the Caribbean, North America, Europe, Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa, Anglophone and Lusophone Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, East Asia, South Asia and Central Asia, and Oceania.
Focusing on entrepreneurial solutions to the growing gap between access, success and opportunity for disadvantaged communities, two awards have been launched: Science & Technology Pioneer Awards And Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards. Other awards focus on supporting women, but this one is aimed at all genders. Three people will be selected for each of these two awards.
At the end, first, second and third place winners for eleven prizes were announced. First prize was $100,000 and second and third place received $60,000 and $30,000 respectively. Winners received personal coaching, media exposure, networking opportunities from the Cartier Women’s Initiative and training from leading business school INSEAD.
Cartier Women’s Initiative-2023 Awardees
- Latin America and the Caribbean: Emily Ewell, Brazil, Bandis
- North America: Wendy Owens, USA, Hexas Biomass Inc.
- Europe: Eva Kumnishka, Bulgaria, Loop Men
- Francophone Africa South of the Sahara: Yvette Ishimwe, Rwanda, Ireba Water Group
- Francophone and Francophone Africa: Dube Killa-Kafidib, Nigeria, Platinum Fisheries
- Middle East and North Africa: Khadija Elbedwehi, Egypt, Proxilapes
- East Asia: Woori Moon, South Korea, 40FY
- South Asia and Central Asia: Denika Riadini-Flesh, Indonesia, Sukkasita
- Oceania: Ingrid Seeley, Australia, Teach Well
- Science and Technology Pioneer Award: Poulami Chowdhury, India, Helex
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award: Blake Van Putten, USA, CISE
- Latin America and the Caribbean: Atilana Piñón, Colombia, Retorna
- North America: Anya Wysocka, Canada, Simply Rooted Media Inc.
- Europe: Mariam Dorosian, Armenia, you are safe
- Francophone Africa south of the Sahara: Sini Samba, Senegal, Le Lionzo
- Anglophone and Francophone Africa: Angela Kiomukisha, Uganda, Karo Health
- Middle East and North Africa: Renaud Algefri, Saudi Arabia, Ad Astra Therapy
- East Asia: Megan Lam, Hong Kong SAR (China), Neurom Health
- South Asia and Central Asia: Dimple Palmer, India, Jenheal Wellness Pvt.
- Oceania: Lina Xu, Australia, Telecare
- Science and Technology Pioneer Award: Liv Anderson, UK, Biogerog
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award: Ishani Roy, India, Serene Inc.
Ten third place winners
- Latin America and the Caribbean: Lydia Díaz, Dominican Republic, will operate the plant
- North America: Kayla Castaneda, USA, Agua Bonita.
- Europe: Nathalie Lesselin, Switzerland, Cocoro Lingua
- Anglophone and Francophone Africa: Charlotte Makai, Kenya, Mukuru Clean Stoves
- Middle East and North Africa: Fara Emara, Egypt, Fresh Source
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