Woman 2.1 Summit 2012, an event of transformation & discovery.

Its time for women to own their potential. Gone are the days when a woman was seen only as a  a housewife, days when a woman would wait for her husband to give her 'chop' money for survival. We live in the 21st century now and its time for women all over the world to discover, feed and nuture their inner potential at entrepreneurship, leadership roles, professional advancement and to plant their feet firmly in every industry there is. Have you thought of starting your own business? Dreamt of taking up a leadership role in your company or the country? What questions are plaguing your mind? 

The Woman 2.1 Summit 2012 is the event you want to attend for answers to these and more which you haven't dreamt of. Under the theme 'Do The Extraordinary', this year's event is bound to be something else. Trust me, this is not your average conference where you just sit and listen for hours on end, have snacks and within 2 weeks would have forgotten the little knowledge you received. This is a transformational experience where you will meet seasoned experts, innovators, corporate executives in various professions via breakout sessions, intimate learning experiences and interactive panels. This way, you can ask any question without having to break out in fear of everyone's eyes being on you. Personally, that is what i have expected of certain conferences i have attended but never experienced. Topics will range from 

Speakers range from Her Royal Highness Lady Julia Osei Tutu, wife of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II Asantehene, Dzigbordi K. Dosoo (CEO, Founder Allure Africa Group) Monalisa Okojie,Founder and CEO, Nehita Inc and many great women entrepreneurs.

Its a two day event taking place in Kumasi and Accra. In Kumasi, the venue is The Great Hall-KNUST on October 13th and at the National Theatre in Accra on October 19th. You can follow them on Twitter @Woman21Summit . 

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