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Pay It Forward

Welcome to Dell Pay it Forward

Dell’s Pay it Forward initiative is conceived as a movement that harnesses the power of Dell’s women’s networks to positively impact the future of women’s entrepreneurship. The campaign works on the premise that if each of us helps a woman business owner advance - and that woman, in turn, supports another - then we can create a global community of women supporting women and our initial efforts can be greatly amplified. By leveraging our network of around 10,000 women today, we hope to track support for 1m women entrepreneurs by the end of 2015.

How are you paying it forward?
Describe what you did and who you impacted in a simple Tweet including the hashtag combination #DWEN #PayitForward. Log a Gesture Now.

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Pay It Forward

Dell’s Pay it Forward initiative is a movement that harnesses the power of women’s networks to positively impact the future of women’s entrepreneurship around the world.

For more information visit www.dell.com/payitforward.

  1. WEConnect International

    WEConnect International

    WEConnect International is a global 501(c)(3) non-profit that facilitates sustainable economic growth by increasing opportunities for women-owned businesses to succeed in global value chains.

  2. WBENC

    Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)

    The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is dedicated to advancing the success of Corporate Members, certified women's business enterprises (WBEs), and government entities in partnership with its Regional Partner Organizations (RPOs).

What is a gesture?

A gesture is any act that will create a positive impact for female entrepreneurship. Gestures can be large or small. Examples range from simply spending an hour with a fledgling entrepreneur to impart your wisdom, through to making a large investment in a woman’s business. Gesture types include mentoring, training, volunteering, making helpful connections and introductions, donating to charities or funding a business.