Women entrepreneurs thrive with Intellectual Property

Presiding: Sankoloba was the keynote speaker at the event
Presiding: Sankoloba was the keynote speaker at the event

Women entrepreneurs in the country have been hailed as drivers of development through breaking barriers and addressing social constraints such as poverty.

The sentiment emerged at the Women Entrepreneurs’ High Tea event that was held last week as part of the Intellectual Property Day celebrations hosted by the Copyright and Intellectual Property Authority (CIPA).

This year’s event was held under the theme, “Accelerating Innovation and Creativity” and was designed to celebrate the progressive role women continue to play in the development of Botswana using avenues like Intellectual Property (IP).

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