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Georgia is about to host women’s global business forum

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21th century challenges in business – this is the main topic of the Global Business Forum which takes place on September 15-16 in Georgia. The aim of the forum is to uplift and strengthen professional women from the global business fraternity and deepen professional contacts.  


Business forum will be hosting more than 200 national and international delegates, including government authorities, world renowned business owners, CEOs, executives, investors and entrepreneurs, from all around the globe.  


Most of the forum speakers from the list of 11 are females (see the list ) who come from different places of the world with wide experience in business. They will speak about modern time business challenges. Some big names in the program are: Ketevan Bochorishvili (Georgia) - Executive Director of Anaklia City, Maggie Semple from London- owner of the Experience Corps Ltd, a global business management consultancy, Sanem Oktar from Istanbul - President at The Women Entrepreneurs Association of Turkey et.c. 


Global Business Forum is organized by the Union of Business Ladies (UBL), the organization led by a team of international female entrepreneurs with more than 10 years experience of working together as a successful team with well established local and global partnerships. 

Tags: GBF, Business Forum, Female enterpreneurs, UBL

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