What is a SheTrades group?
SheTrades groups offer a proven way to form lasting, productive connections that generate business leads. Join a SheTrades group to create strong relationships with peers and potential business partners in your network.
A SheTrades group can also be created to facilitate discussions regarding a particular topic. Join a group discussion to share knowledge, experiences and best practices!
How does it work?
SheTrades Verifiers can create groups and facilitate discussions. Groups will be visible for all SheTrades users. The group content can be classified as public or private.
You can find and join SheTrades groups by searching for groups from the Search field. Please note that there may be multiple groups on SheTrades for each interest, organisation, or affiliation. Once you find a group, read the description to see if it fits your needs.
How to join a SheTrades group?
Verifiers can invite their networks to join groups they have created. If you receive an invitation from a group, please respond to it promptly.
All users can request access to join a group even if they are not part of the Verifier’s network.
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ARE YOU WORKING IN TOURISM?
Are you a travel operator, a guide, an art craft, food, hospitality entrepreneur, or involved in one of the many jobs related to tourism, running a business that is good for your community, the environment, yourself?
THIS GROUP IS FOR YOU!
TOURISM MADE BY WOMEN IS A NEW GROWING MARKET, LET’S MAKE IT MOVING!!!
ALL OVER THE WORLD, WOMEN OF THIS GROUP CAN EXCHANGE THEIR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN TOURISM.
BUT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE, YOU CAN LEARN FROM DISCUSSING YOUR EXPERIENCES WITH WOMEN LIKE YOU.
WHY JOIN THIS GROUP?
The features that we are looking for are: the best initiatives inspired by women, single places or Itineraries, that create entities of handcrafts, hospitality, eno-gastronomy, production, quality supply chain. A virtual network that enhances the local culture, which adds prestige and advantage to the territory, where men and women involved adhere to ethical, social and economic standards, for a sustainable development, fulfilling the GRT Criteria. ( https://www.g-r-t.org/images/stories/pdf/grt_six_pillars.pdf) .
Women are extremely adept and competent in creating, marketing, promoting and managing the development of tourism. The increase of female potential offers an advantage to the social and economic (local and global) development for men and women, in all sectors, including tourism.
We know that :
• Women are around 60% of workers in tourism and may actually be underrepresented in these numbers.
• 69% of travelers plan to reach new experiences by living like a local: the development of non-traditional tourism and small-scale tourism as opposed to large scale mainstream tourism is on the rise
• Where tourism has been used to empower a community, women have been the key for success.
SO, IF YOU ARE AN EXPERT OR A STARTER, IF YOU KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT HOW TOURISM WORKS AND YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU, THIS IS YOUR GROUP!
WHO IS GRT?
Gender Responsible Tourism is an Association and a website, http://www.g-r-t.org, aimed at empowering women in responsible tourism.
GRT is, for the first time interconnecting women entrepreneurs and travelers.
It provides coverage and visibility to a platform for single women, enterprises, associations, experts and travellers with a mutual interest.
The EDB initiated working on programmes related to development of Women Entrepreneurs along with women leaders, entrepreneurs clusters etc. in 2015. A “Women Entrepreneur” cell has be set up at EDB to actively be a partner for promoting women engaged in export development. In order to encourage and honor Women in Exports the EDB sponsors the ‘Woman Exporter of the Year’ award of the Women’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce (WCIC) of Sri Lanka since 2015. Highlighting the international opportunities available for the Women Entrepreneurs, coinciding with the World Export Development Forum held in Sri Lanka in Oct 2016, EDB launched the ITC “SheTrade” programme in Sri Lanka. For the very first time “The Best Woman Exporter of the year 2016” will be selected for the Presidential Export Award Ceremony this year. EDB is spearheading a special project with the Asian Development Bank to develop women entrepreneurs to cater to the International markets in the areas of processed food (Specially pineapple, mango), rubber products and ICT/BPO.
OWIT – Nairobi is the first chapter in Africa of the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT), a non – profit making organization for the women and men working in all facets of international trade, designed to promote the advancement of women in trade and business.
OUR MISSION IS:
• To enhance the status and interests of women in the field of international trade through the establishment of a worldwide network of local and international business contacts.
• To provide a forum for members to exchange views, ideas and information to keep them informed of trends and developments in the field of international trade.
• To establish educational programs and activities in order to encourage worldwide advancement of women in local and international trade.
• To promote professional growth, mentoring, education and leadership among women worldwide in the field of trade, both in the private and public sector.
This group has been created to facilitate a space for discussion among all SheTrades verifiers. The goal of it is to share best practices, to learn from each other’s experience, to get updates and discuss any relevant topic or useful information related to the verifier’ s role.
EQUALS is a global network of committed partners working together to bridge the gender digital divide by bringing women to tech, and tech to women. By enhancing the lives of millions of women and girls across the world, we contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This multi-stakeholder initiative brings together international organizations, the private sector, government agencies, civil society organizations and academia.
Partners work through three Coalitions (Access, Skills and Leadership) and a cross-cutting Research Group to deliver on commitments:
• ACCESS: Increase women’s access to and use of the internet and demonstrate a reduction in the gender gap in internet access
• SKILLS: Increase women and girls’ knowledge and application of digital and STEM skills
• LEADERSHIP: As technology leaders, encourage women’s and girls’ increased participation as employees, leaders and entrepreneurs in the technology sector; and
• RESEARCH: Collect and analyse gender statistics and sex disaggregated data for evidence based and/or policy actions.
SheTrades during East Africa Com, a premium ICT show that connects the entire East African digital ecosystem. The aim of this group is twofold: to share information and updates on the upcoming trade fair among the participants and also with ITC; and, to keep the contacts and the conversation going after the event. We invite you to tell us your experience during the fair and any success story you would like to share, as a result of your participation in East Africa Com.
groupe d’échange , de partage et d’accompagnement collégial pour les féru(e)s de design , stylisme, couture ,
créateurs laissez nous vous apprécier et vous découvrir
SheTrades during Pure London, UK’s largest gathering of fashion buyers that showcases footwear, accessories and ready to wear collections from over 1,000 mid to high-end brands and designers. The aim of this group is twofold: to share information and updates on the upcoming trade fair among the participants and also with ITC; and, to keep the contacts and the conversation going after the event.
We invite you to tell us your experience during the fair and any success story you would like to share, as a result of your participation in Pure London.