WEConnect International in China identifies, educates, registers, and certifies women's business enterprises that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women. WEConnect International is the only non-profit connecting women-owned businesses with multi-national corporate purchasing organizations outside of the United States. Greater China includes Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
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On November 13, 2014, leading corporations, women entrepreneurs, government representatives, and local women's organizations met in Beijing for a one day event featuring a marketplace of women-owned businesses and corporate booths, a number of workshops, and matchmaker meetings. The focus of the Marketplace is business development for women business owners and promoting best practices for the corporations interested in supporting them.
WEConnect International in China hosts successful training workshop and launches local Advisory Council formed by: Tony Yu, Accenture; Isabelle Yu, Cummins; Franny Yao, EY; Suhaib Sajid, IBM (not pictured); Sandra Wu, Intel; Heidi Lu, HP (not pictured); Charles Lu, Marriott; Ted Gidezewski, Microsoft; and Guy Robertson, Walmart.
On November 17, WEConnect International China will be putting together the WEConnect China 2013 Marketplace, with some huge names in the business world, such as Walmart China, IBM and Boeing as their sponsors. The event seeks to economically empower women entrepreneurs by introducing them to multinational companies that are interested in doing business with them. Businesswomen will have an opportunity to showcase their products or services to international organizations as well as the chance to network with them.