Women entrepreneurs dominate informal sector

Lesetedi-Letegele
Lesetedi-Letegele

Different speakers at the inaugural Women in Business Excellence Awards (WIBA) said women’s participation in economic development has been significant as they form 60 percent of the informal business sector.

The awards, which were held last Sunday under the theme, ‘Women united in business’, aim to promote WIBA’s mandate of developing women and also to reward members who have taken noteworthy initiatives.

The awards also aim to encourage competitive women-led businesses whose existence strives on excellence to fully penetrate not only the local market, but also regional and international markets.

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