Global Summit of Women: A History of Leadership

The Global Summit of Women was conceived as the nexus at which all sectors – public, private and nonprofit – would come together under the common vision of dramatically expanding women’s economic opportunities globally through exchanges of working solutions and creative strategies forged by women leaders in different parts of the world.  It is a business Summit, whose ‘business’ focus is women’s advancement in the global economy. For 25 years, the Summit has been connecting women worldwide.

Travel through the Global Summit of Women Archives!

2016 – Warsaw, Poland: “Women: Building and Inclusive Economy in the Digital Age

2015 – Sao Paulo, Brazil: “Creative Women – Creative Economies”

2014 – Paris, France – “Women: Redesigning Economies, Societies”

2013Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – “Women: Creating New Economies”

2012Athens, Greece – “Women: The Engine of Economic Growth”

2011Istanbul, Turkey – “Women Bridging Solutions to the 21st Century”

2010 Beijing, China – “Women at the Forefront of Change”

2009Santiago, Chile – “Setting New Paradigms for Business and Political Leadership” 

2008Hanoi, Vietnam – “Women and Asia: Driving the Global Economy”

2007Berlin, Germany – “The Global Marketplace:  Opportunities and Challenges”

2006 Cairo, Egypt – “Redefining Global Leadership”

2005Mexico City, Mexico – “Leading the 21st Century Economy”

2004Seoul, South Korea – “Leadership, Technology, Growth”

2003Marrakech, Morocco – “Preventing Conflict Through Women’s Economic Development”

2002Barcelona, Spain – “Pivotal Issues Impacting Women’s Economic Development”

2001Hong Kong S.A.R., China

2000Johannesburg, South Africa – “Expanding Women’s Economic Literacy”

1999Buenos Aires, Argentina – “Women’s Economic Summit of the Americas”

1998London, England “Women & The Global Market”

1997 Miami, USA – “Women’s Economic Empowerment”

1994Chinese Taipei – “Women’s Leadership in Politics”

1992Dublin, Ireland – “New Vision of Leadership”

1990Montreal, Canada

 

Video created for the Summit’s 15th Anniversary, celebrated in Mexico City in 2005

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