IWEC in the News
Ingrid Ceusters, CEO of the real estate company Group Hugo Ceusters-SCMS, along with two other Belgian female business leaders, has recently received an IWEC award, the international award for female entrepreneurship. It is the first time that IWEC, the international organization for women entrepreneurs, has selected three Belgian entrepreneurs amongst its awardees.
Britt-Marie Stegs, founder of #ethicalmeat and Hälsingestintan receives international entrepreneurial award. Britt-Marie who has shifted paradigms on the swedish meat market with her mobile abattoirs and ethical beef production, is now ready to take on the international market. She is (together with Isabella Löwengrip and Pingis Hadenius, Lowengrip Care & Color) Swedens awardee in this years IWEC Foundation Awards.
Spanish businesswomen Anna Vicens and Isabel Alonso, co-owners respectively of Editorial Vicens Vives and Transport group Isabel Alonso Alonso, will receive awards at this year's International Women's Entrepreneurial Challenge (IWEC) Conference.
The Hotel Metropole, in Brussels, was adorned with a feminine touch for two days. This is where the 9th Annual IWEC Conference (International Women's Entrepreneurial Challenge) began yesterday. Women from all over the world, all entrepreneurs, meet there for two days to exchange experiences, good practices, business cards ... And for the first time, three Belgian entrepreneurs are invited to be part of this network with more than 200 members.
Brussels Enterprises Commerce and Industry
After New-York, Barcelona, Lima, Stockholm and Istanbul, Brussels has been chosen to host this important event. This two days long conference is dedicated to the challenges of female entrepreneurship. Experts will gather to speak about their experience and knowledge, and share their different points of view with the audience.