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Dell is committed to accelerating the increasingly powerful role that women play in driving global economic growth. Women share a unique approach to business; they are using innovative technology to reach customers and utilize data in unprecedented ways. Women especially understand that it’s not the technology itself that is important, but what connections, solutions and changes it enables you to make.
Through the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Dell is connecting female entrepreneurs across the globe with networks, sources of capital, knowledge and technology, giving them the power to do more. You can join other female business leaders from around the globe via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn as we celebrate the impact of women-owned businesses on the global economy.
Fill out this form to join the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network today.
The 2018 DWEN Summit will be in Toronto from July 15-17. A typical attendee earns $2-3 million in revenue or funding and believes tech is the backbone of their success. Qualified members will receive an invitation to register.
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Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network Summit 2017
Dell Women's Entrepreneur 2016
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Network Berlin 2015
Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network 2014 — Austin
Shanghai, China 2010: Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network
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Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network 2013 — Istanbul
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View the Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network Summit 2017 playlist by Dell Vlog on YouTube.
Research: Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities)
Dell commissioned the Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities) to assess and compare cities around the world in terms of their ability to attract and foster high impact women entrepreneurs. Building on Dell’s previous research in 2015 for the Dell Future Ready Economies Model (FRE) as well as studies on the global environment for women entrepreneurs over the last three years, this latest edition includes a deep dive on 10 cities from the 2017 index, including specific, actionable ways these cities can better support women entrepreneurs. Additionally, new research is available on technology and access to capital, arming women entrepreneurs with the information they need to navigate these two common hurdles, and informing governments of ways they can better support this group.