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The Business Mingle by Women Empowered Global on 3 Aug

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Women Empowered Global has announced the second installment of its prestigious international forum, ‘The Business Mingle’ on 3 August at the Galadari hotel from 5.30 p.m. onwards. 

The event is targeted at bold and determined women in corporate, business and entrepreneurial fields who want to learn useful skills and tools to equip themselves to turn their big business ideas or ventures into a success. 

For the first time in Sri Lanka, Women Empowered Global introduced a dedicated forum for female professionals and entrepreneurs with the launch of its debut international networking event on 23 April. The event, modelled to international standards, featured eminent speakers and global visionaries from around the world, who shared their knowledge, experiences and blueprint for success in this leadership acceleration program designed by Founder Senela Jayasuriya for Sri Lanka.

“My vision is to develop this concept into a business acceleration platform for female entrepreneurs and startups in the country and take it international to our global network of 19 expert partners in eight countries. The inaugural event held in April in Sri Lanka attracted a sizeable audience of women and men from the business fraternity, eager to further build their personal brand and grow their business and professional circle,” said Women Empowered Global CEO Jayasuriya. 

The second installment of ‘The Business Mingle’ includes special guest speaker Kishu Gomes, former CEO/MD, Chevron Lubricants Lanka, and will feature an interactive panel discussion with Sandra De Zoysa - Group Chief Customer Officer, Dialog Axiata Plc; Surani Amerasinghe - Head of HR, Lion Brewery Plc; Chalinda Abeykoon - CEO, Crowd island Ltd. and Ruchi Sharma - Creative Chairperson, BBDO Lanka, moderated by Women Empowered Global CEO Jayasuriya. 

Some of the key topics to be addressed during the session comprise assertiveness, creating a positive personal and professional image, confidence, bold first impressions, leadership qualities to boost career and business and tapping into the right network. Extending an invitation, Jayasuriya added: “Be part of the forum and learn how to expand your potential with powerful and useful tools and skills.”

For registrations and further inquiries please call 077 288 7236 or email events@womenempowered.global. To stay updated on the latest news follow Women Empowered Global on Facebook and Instagram.

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