Women in Entrepreneurship, a symposium to form a community that connects pioneers at the forefront of entrepreneurship education with women entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, social innovators, and their eggs who are trying to make their mark on the world. Education” will be held.
Held in Hiroshima on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 to coincide with the United Nations International Women’s Day, the kick-off symposium will feature special guests including Professor Salas Sarasvathy of the University of Virginia, a world-renowned expert in entrepreneurship education, and Governor Yuzaki of Hiroshima Prefecture, as well as a number of university faculty and researchers promoting entrepreneurship education for women. The event brought together faculty members and researchers who are promoting women’s entrepreneurship education at universities, social entrepreneurs, and women entrepreneurs who are engaged in entrepreneurial activities within their companies.
This year’s event will be held on February 4 (Sat.) in a hybrid format with “Diverse Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship Education” as the sub-theme and the on-site venue as the Research Innovation Center, Building 121, Waseda University.
Date: Saturday, February 4, 2023, 13:00-18:00
Delivery venue: Komatsu Hall, B1, Research Innovation Center, Bldg. 121, Waseda University
513 Tsurumaki-cho, Waseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0041, Japan
*ZOOM URL will be sent on February 3.
Language: Japanese (English only for video letters)
Organizer: GTIE (Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem)
Co-organized by: Entrepreneurship Center, Waseda University, [ to be confirmed ].
Cooperated by: China New Business Council for China Region (CNBC)
For more details and registration, please click here*.