The 7th annual Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Summit, an exclusive invitation-only conference for female entrepreneurs globally, will convene June 27-28, 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Summit will bring together more than 150 of the top female entrepreneurs, business leaders, media and Dell partners around the theme of “innovating for a future-ready world.”
Dell calls this “future ready,” and is committed to helping the entrepreneurs of the future create lasting value and impact. The 2016 DWEN Summit will unite women entrepreneurs and give them the power and tools to create prosperity, stability and opportunity in every country around the globe.
“The role women play in driving the global economy is becoming more and more foundational to the health and well-being of our world,” said Karen Quintos, chief marketing officer at Dell.
Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network is all about fostering relationships and providing gateways to the resources women founders need to succeed. There’s no better place than South Africa, a burgeoning center of entrepreneurship, to have these important conversations.
South Africa chosen for its fast-growth entrepreneurial ecosystem; with the world’s youngest and fastest-growing population, Africa is now a leading source of talent
“Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network is all about fostering relationships and providing gateways to the resources women founders need to succeed. There’s no better place than South Africa, a burgeoning centre of entrepreneurship, to have these important conversations,” Quintos added.
At the summit, Dell will also reveal the findings of the 2016 Women Entrepreneur Leaders Index, an annual global study which is used to measure high-potential female entrepreneurship based on individual aspirations, business environments and entrepreneurial ecosystems.