03 December 2013
14 November 2013
31 October 2013
17 October 2013 - Paris
WIL is thrilled to announce that one of our main partners Orange was ranked as the top company for the feminization of their corporate governance in the French Ministry of Women’s Rights recent ranking.
18 October 2013 - Women's Forum Global in Deauville
Lenovo recently conducted a survey aimed at women in their company, with the purpose of answering the question: “what is enjoyable, exciting, different about working in technology?”. The results of the survey give cause for optimism and were presented by WIL member and Lenovo’s Executive Director, Corporate Marketing & Communication Catherine Ladousse at this years’ Women’s Forum Global in Deauville, France, an event partnered with Lenovo.
30 October 2013
JUMP, in partnership with Bain & Company, needs your help for a unique study concerning the shift in traditional gender roles. If you are a couple with kids in which the man takes up most of the responsibility for housework and child care, then please take part in the JUMP survey!
20 September 2013 - France
On September 20th, Directorate General of the French Treasury, held a French language seminar together with WIL focused on “Women’s paths to success in the economic and financial field of senior administration”.
13 December 2013 - Espace des Blancs Manteaux
On the 13th of December, 2013 the second edition of the “Forum de la Mixité” opens its doors in Paris. The event is organised by CONNCECTIN Women and gathers major actors who promote workplace diversity and are dedicated to the professional success of women and gender issues.
28 May 2013 - Brussels
In order to start a discussion on the value of databases to help place women on public and private company boards across Europe, the European Economic and Social Committee hosted a debate on “Pioneering New Paths: Databases for Gender Balance in European Boardrooms”, which took place on 28th May 2013 in Brussels.
02 April 2013
WIL board member Brigitte Dumont has been appointed Chief Officer of Group Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for France Télécom-Orange.
11 March 2013 - Brussels
On 11th March 2013, Club L Benelux - in cooperation with WIL - is hosting a high-level dinner on the “Women and Power” study carried out by WIL member Viviane de Beaufort. This event, which takes place in Brussels, will be the third in a series of events aimed at discussing the study’s results.
02 February 2011 - Davos
The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos brought upfront women’s presence in leadership by instituting a gender quota for the Forum as well as by launching The Gender Equality Project.
09 November 2010 - Washington
The WIL and GlobalWIN networks jointly hosted a lively high-level session, as part of the much awaited annual event Global Forum in ICT (Nov 9th). An overwhelming audience of 100+ joined us to hear about tested practices empowering women in the digital age.
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.
21 September 2010
While Belgium is listed among the top scoring European countries when it comes to entrepreneurship and the ease of doing business, a mere 2,91% of Belgian women have started their own business.
09 September 2010 - Paris
AmCham France will be offering the 115th Benjamin Franklin Award to a well-known business woman, Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox during a Gala Dinner which awaits your confirmations.
23 August 2010
Marina Niforos was one of the co-founding partners of WIL while she was at INSEAD, and will be assuming new responsibilities as Managing Director at American Chamber of Commerce in France as of September 6th, 2010. Marina will be responsible for running the operations of the business association on a day-to-day basis.
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.