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She Can, Egypt's Annual Women Entrepreneurship, Returns On March 8 To Explore "Successful Failures" 

The third edition of She Can will feature ministers Nabila Makram, Ghana Wali, and Hala El-Saeed.

Entreprenelle's She Can is kicking off its 3rd edition on March 8th at the Greek campus in Downtown Cairo. This year, the theme will be "Successful Failures," highlighting the different challenges and hurdles faced by women-led startups. She Can will feature talks by the Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates' Affairs Nabila Markam, the Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Wali and the Minister of planning, Administration and Reform Dr Hala El Saeed.

The speaker line-up also features prominent figures from Egypt's entrepreneurship ecosystem, as well as influential figures from the region such as Abdel Hamid Sharara Founder of RiseUp, Radwa Hassan and Raghda El Sheemy, Radio 9090 presenters, as well as Manal El Alam, Arab celebrity Chef and investor. The event will host various panel discussions, workshops, mentorship sessions, pitch competition and an exhibition of the participating startups to provide the attendees with insights on managing any grueling experiences.

Over the past two years, Entreprenelle's mission has been to support and empower women, through bringing together idea-focused activities, all aimed at fostering inspiration and provoking conversations that would motivate and educate the attendees on how to grow their professional and personal lives. "However, the women entrepreneurship ecosystem is rapidly growing, which encouraged us to choose “Successful Failures” theme to arm the ecosystem with learnings and techniques that will underpin their journey," says Rania Ayman, founder of Entreprenelle.

Last year, the event was attended by over 2,500 people from different governorates, including Cairo, Alexandria and Mansoura. It had brought around 40 community partners and featured talks, panels and workshops that were delivered by over 30 speakers.




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