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Strategic Plan For Women Entreprenuers Launched

President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau launched the three-year Strategic Plan for the Women Entreprenuers Business Council on Saturday night. The council, which is the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation’s seventh council,
20 Oct 2014 12:04
Strategic Plan For Women  Entreprenuers Launched
President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau and the First Lady, Adi Koila Nailatikau at the TOPEX Conference at The Warwick Fiji. (Inset: The Warwick Fiji resort manager, Brad Downton (left) with President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau). Photos: RACHNA LAL

President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau launched the three-year Strategic Plan for the Women Entreprenuers Business Council on Saturday night.

The council, which is the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation’s seventh council, launched by Ratu Epeli the past year, has gro wn to have 70 members from both the formal and informal sectors.

Ratu Epeli, praising the federation, said it had taken a lead role in corporate social responsibility by reaching out and developing women who were previously disorganised.

“This also creates opportunities for federation member ognaisations to find areas in which to assist the WEBC,” he said.

 

Strategic plan

A copy of the strategic plan has been made available through the federation’s secretariat. The strategic plan was launched at the conclusion of the two day Top Executives (TOPEX) conference 2014 at the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa, Korolevu. Ratu Epeli said TOPEX 2014 also captures the upbeat mood of our country soon after the national elections and the business opportunities that have emerged after the elections.

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