Michelle Wright is selected for the IWEC International Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurial Achievements

8th September, 2014

Cause4 CEO Michelle Wright has been selected to receive the 2014 International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge (IWEC) International Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurial Achievements.

The goal of the IWEC is to develop a global business network for successful women business owners, helping them to expand across to international markets.

IWEC also presents a platform for the exchange of knowledge, experience and connectivity amongst female business owners worldwide setting the stage for new business opportunities and joint ventures, and promoting social dialogue amongst women entrepreneurs and business leaders. The positioning of IWEC is to serve as an international network to build educational tools for growth from bottom to top, exchange of best practices and mentorships for entrepreneurial women-led businesses.

International awardees are invited to participate in an annual conference to receive the IWEC award, participate in presentations, network, share best practices and to make business deals. This year the conference will be hosted in Stockholm and promises to be extremely stimulating and informative with participants from all over the world.

Congratulations Michelle!

You can find out more about the awards here.

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