Empowering women entrepreneurs during pandemic times

AWE is a business development programme that empowers women to become independent and confident entrepreneurs through capacity building, networking and mentoring. Photo: WENA

To help Malaysian women entrepreneurs survive and thrive through the pandemic and grow their businesses, the Academy of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)'s second cycle has recently been launched.

Launched by US Ambassador to Malaysia Brian D McFeeters together with Women Entrepreneur Network Association of Malaysia (WENA), the second cycle of AWE will involve 50 participants from the Klang Valley, Terengganu, Penang, Sabah and Sarawak.

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