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    WEBB store
    If you're an aspiring female entrepreneur looking for a way to break into business online ,Franchise opportunities or business services ,This site is for you!
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    Connecting Empowering
    WE are adopting the Women's Empowerment Principle 5 : Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women
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    WEPs (UN Women & UN Global Compact )
    WEBB Middle East became a signatory of the women's empowerment principales (WEPs) to empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community www.weprinciples.org
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    " Women's Business Enterprise Market "
    The first online platform that connects female entrepreneurs into economic force for change.
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    Empowering Women
    We put into action principle 5 of WEP's; Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women

WEBB Middle East became a signatory of t he women's empowerment principales
"In November 2015, WEBB international Middle East Ltd became a signatory of the women's empowerment principales to empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community.More than 1063 business leaders around the world have demonstrated leadership on gender equality through the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs): -Establish high-level corporate leadership for gender equality -Treat all women and men fairly at work - respect and support human rights and nondiscrimination -Ensure the health, safety and well-being of all women and men workers -Promote education, training and professional development for women -Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women -Promote equality through community initiatives and advocacy -Measure and publicly report on progress to achieve gender equality . WEPs encourage companies to expand relationships with women-owned businesses,To learn more visit ..http://weprinciples.org/Site/.........
Certificate of joining WEBB Middle East Ltd to the UN Global Compact
Founded in 2012 , WEBB Middle East Ltd received on January 11th 2016 its joining certificate to UN Global Compact for committing to respect the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact, to take action in support of UN Goals. Eng. Mahmoud El Burai, CEO of DREI, Dubai Land Department and the Representative of UN in UAE and North africa give the Certificate to Ms.Rim Siam ,CEO of WEBB Middle East Ltd.
Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016 (GES) 22-24 June, San Francisco
Global Entrepreneurship Summit Connecting Innovators from Around the Globe Meet GES Delegate : Rim Siam ,Chairman of WEBB International Middle East Ltd at Silcon Valley 22-24 June 2016
Secretary of States John Kerry Congratulate best 16 Entrepreneurs for 2016(3 Egyptians)
Rim Siam President of WEBB International Middle East Ltd has joined on 22 June 2016 in San Francisco, the Secretary of States John Kerry and other participants of 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit ( GES2016) for a session in designthinking and Economic Growth! Congratulation Rim! ( Copied from U.S. Consulate General Alexandria site)
UNIDO’S 50 ANNIVERSARY GLOBAL START-UP BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION “Envisaging Our Sustainable Future” Global Start-up Business Plan Competition (GSBPC) DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 23 September 2016 The aims to stimulate and unleash the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation among aspiring and existing entrepreneurs with ideas that contribute to their personal economic bene? t and towards developing their communities. The GSBPC calls on potential and existing entrepreneurs to participate by submitting their innovative entrepreneurial ideas by means of a Business Plan Template, which will be reviewed by a team of experts. A number of criteria will be used to assess the applications. It is important to adequately address each of these factors, in order to successfully present a well-rounded business plan. Further details are available in the Business Plan Template. The main points to focus on are: • The business idea – uniqueness, viability, relevance; • The product and services – description, impact, market need; • Competitor analysis – description, opportunities; • Target market - de? nition; • Marketing plan – nature, relevance, objectives; • Start-up costs and ? nancials. The three participants or teams with the best business plans will be invited to attend the prize-winners’ event in Vienna on 21 to 25 November 2016, during the celebration of UNIDO’s 50th Anniversary. THE THREE PARTICIPANTS OR TEAMS JUDGED TO HAVE THE BEST BUSINESS PLANS WILL RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING START-UP CAPITAL: • 1st Place: $15,000 • 2nd Place: $10,000 • 3rd Place: $5,000 ALL THREE WINNERS WILL ADDITIONALLY BE REWARDED WITH: • A UNIDO certi? cate; • Increased visibility for their start-up; • A round-trip from home country to the UNIDO Headquarters in Vienna, Austria; • Accommodation and health insurance in Vienna (from the 21 to 25 November 2016). THE TOP 50 APPLICANTS WILL RECEIVE: Counselling and mentoring through UNIDO ITPO Bahrain (AICEI) for a period of 6 months. IMPORTANT: Before applying, please make sure you are able to adhere to the following requirements and responsibilities APPLICATION PARTICIPATION CRITERIA: • Participants must be aged between 18 and 35; • Open to (an) entrepreneur(s) with a new business idea or (an) existing entrepreneur(s) with a startup in its early stages; • Participants must use the Business Plan Template; • Open to individuals or teams of maximum 3 members; • Applications must be completed in English; • Applications must either be submitted through AICEI’s registration form website http://aicei.net/global-startup-business-plan-competition-…/ or via email business-plan@unido.org APPLICATION EXCLUSION CRITERIA • The following individuals cannot participate, directly or indirectly, in the competition: employees of Organizers or its subsidiaries, a? liates, as well as companies wherein the above mentioned companies have an equity stake. Applications submitted for the competition that potentially con? ict with any laws and/or the Organizers code of conducts will also be declined. • Plagiarism of the business idea and/or elements of the business plan. • Missing or misleading information in the application may lead to a decline of participation without further explanations. • Failure to apply or submit the application before the indicated deadline.