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26 November 2012
Doing the wrong thing really well in growing your business could lose you your competitive advantage. Here’s how to avoid the “implementation trap”.
22 August 2012
Last 14 september 2011, Viviane de Beaufort (Essec’s European Union law Professor) was interviewed in our website news page, sharing her expertise on "EU as a model of multicultural governance".
29 July 2012
5th edition of the The Global Innovation Index (GII) co-published by INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO, a specialized agency of the United Nations)
06 July 2012
UN Women and Microsoft signed a Memorandum of Understanding, effectively launching a partnership that applies technology to gender equality and empower women worldwide.
23 April 2012
DataNews has recently announced the winners of ‘She Goes ICT’: WIL Women Talent Pool Emerging Leader, Karlien Vanden Eynden, the Young ICT lady of the Year 2012 and Martine Tempels from Telenet, awarded the ICT Woman of the Year trophy.
30 March 2012
On Friday, March 30th, web@lfemminile, the digital platform promoted by futuro@lfemminile, opened its 5th edition. This year's event was dedicated to the “PARTICIPATION AGE of women to the political, economic and social arena”.
06 April 2012
Forum d’Avignon is an international think tank dedicated to the links between culture and the economy. It organizes every year a prestigious event gathering international decision makers from the political, economic, cultural and media sectors
6 March 2012
WIL’s initiative towards promoting a better female representation in companies is a compilation of examples of programmes and initiatives supporting women in leadership...
14 February 2012
In the context of Orange’s policy of women's access to responsibilities and as part of its action to fight gender stereotypes, Orange is running a new campaign on parenting responsibilities, promoting paternity leave.
30 November 2011
Sysdoc, the company of WIL Board member Katherine Corich, has been presented as a best practice for creating a gender-friendly working environment in a book written by Dr Sarah Rutherford: New Book – Women’s Work Men’s Culture - Overcoming Resistance and Changing Organisational Cultures. Her work has also been profiled in a top newspaper in New-Zealand, one of the five countries where her business is running.
15 November 2010 - London
The Pink Shoe Club, founded by the Chief Advisor for the UK All-Party Entrepreneurship group (APPGE), recently launched the prestigious Icon Awards to recognise outstanding women across British business, professional and public life.
08 November 2010 - Barcelona
Although many researches from the past few years looked at the reasons behind the leaky pipeline of women in ICT, the reality is that women are still a diminishing minority in ICT professions.
22 October 2010
WIL Board members were recognized for their work in the European Parliament at the MEP Awards Gala 2010 organized by the Parliament Magazine.
15 August 2010 - France
French economic newspaper La Tribune recently launched an award recognizing women shaping the French business environment. WIL is honoured to have two outstanding members selected by La Tribune.Out of the 42 candidates, fifteen successful women will be distinguished for their successes and will be profiled in the September editions of the newspaper, before the jury and the public make their final choices.
09 June 2010
Katherine Corich’s company, Sysdoc won a well-deserved award for having created a work culture embracing flexibility, championed from the very top of the organization.
06 April 2010
The directory acts as a guide for all those who are interested in pursuing a political career, and for all those who want to learn more about women members of the European Parliament.
02 April 2010
Sensationnelles 2010 is a public campaign comprising 5 video interviews of exceptional women, either scientists or champions of women in science and research, launched by the French TV channel TV5 Monde (equivalent of BBC World)...
16 September 2009
During a terrific 8 years as CEO of FRENDS Technology, a growing Finnish software company specialized in business process integration, Aino-Maija managed to both transform it organizationally and to shift its technology focus.
02 June 2009
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox is an advocate of gender balanced management, as co-author of the book “Why Women Mean Business: Understanding the Emergence of Our Next Economic Revolution” and CEO of a gender-consultancy firm, 20-First.
18 February 2009
Sheetal Mehta launched the Shivia Microfinance program for giving access to funds for micro businesses to people with a low income.