What Women Want (WWW), a platform that focuses on women and empowerment, is spearheading one of the most relevant online summits in the world today happening this coming October 1 to 4, 2020. The summit will feature more than 70 international experts from all over, discussing and facilitating activities on various topics ranging from branding, digital marketing, sales, and pitching, to mental health, wellness, mentoring, and education, and of course, empowerment of the self and others.
So many underprivileged groups today have become even more vulnerable. This is especially true for women who have to handle the societal view of being submissive and demure while being expected to represent a strong and resilient persona all the time.
Not only does WWW believe that women should be more empowered, It asserts that empowerment encompasses sex and gender, skin color, and even age.
“The Global Online Women Empowerment Summit is more than just about women. The goal is to support women, youth, the elderly, those in the outskirts, and other vulnerable groups who are disregarded, disenfranchised, and disempowered. I want people to understand that they are more than the adversities that they face every day.
This summit is a personal challenge that shows people that hardships can be triggers to beautiful transformations. We want them to realize that adversities are opportunities to move towards where they want to be and to live a fulfilled life: with a profession that they love, with passion as their engine, and with a mission to give back and contribute.”
This completely free online summit incorporates many activities into its design: from interactive talks to in-depth discussions, to fun games and even cooking shows. The event will also be a venue for attendees and experts to discuss pressing societal issues. Through this event, many more activities and projects related to empowerment will branch off.
“The three and half-day hybrid summit is a kickoff and curiosity raising event for a long term empowerment project. I want to showcase the power of colorful connections and how diverse groups can work together and elevate each other. We want to lose labels and shift the meaning of women empowerment to simply empowerment. We want to connect generations. We want to allow everyone to be included in the conversation and this long term project. We speak up for communities and those in the outskirts who are still excluded from the system.
After the summit, we will be launching more projects to enable and support women entrepreneurs, seniors, youth, women, and men with hardships through global programs and collaborations.”
This summit will be a venue for both experts and attendees to know more about and support the empowerment of women and vulnerable groups. With over 108 experts spread out across three and a half days, it is ensured to be both an informative and entertaining experience for everyone.
The Global Online Women Empowerment Summit endeavours to become a community of advocates from across the globe that will together work towards the eradication of gender, race, and age discrimination. The goal is to elevate and uplift each other to become better versions of themselves.
Andrea Zsapka is an advocate for human connections, empowerment, sustainability, and is the founder of What Women Want, the platform organizing the summit. She is a brand strategist and brand identity expert that helps entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurs, business owners, fresh graduates, small and middle-sized companies, and individuals to create and reinvent their brand.
For information about the summit and to register, go to https://www.whatwomenwantworkshops.com/
What Women Want is a women empowerment platform that advocates for the real meaning of empowerment. It aims to balance out differences and popularize gender parity to bring about undeniable economic growth. It conducts and holds free workshops with guest experts and free coaching for women entrepreneurs and women empowerment panel discussions with inspiring women.
The platform explores different perspectives of how women and men can support each other through raising awareness about discrimination, domestic abuse, violence, manipulation, bullying. WWW offers free coaching for women in need and associations representing them to restart their lives.