AGBU W.E. Collection: Agape

$35.00
  • AGBU W.E. Collection: Agape

AGBU W.E. Collection: Agape

$35.00

Agape Bags

 

Made with Eco-leather. Cotton inside. Do not machine wash.

AGBU Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program in Armenia:

Launched in 2017, the Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program is the first component of a larger initiative committed to expanding economic opportunities and civic engagement in Armenia and Artsakh by empowering women.

AGBU W.E. is a free leadership and entrepreneurship course that includes hands-on workshops and lectures to assist participants in developing strong business plans and marketing strategies. The course also includes a mini grant program to help fund start-up and scale-up businesses, access to industry professionals for mentorship and guidance, and networking opportunities with like-minded women.

Every year, 50 to 75 W.E. participants are selected from across rural and urban Armenia and Artsakh representing a range of industries, including agriculture, arts, education, fashion, food, manufacturing and tourism.

To learn more: https://www.agbugiving.org/we/

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Agape Bags

 

Made with Eco-leather. Cotton inside. Do not machine wash.

AGBU Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program in Armenia:

Launched in 2017, the Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program is the first component of a larger initiative committed to expanding economic opportunities and civic engagement in Armenia and Artsakh by empowering women.

AGBU W.E. is a free leadership and entrepreneurship course that includes hands-on workshops and lectures to assist participants in developing strong business plans and marketing strategies. The course also includes a mini grant program to help fund start-up and scale-up businesses, access to industry professionals for mentorship and guidance, and networking opportunities with like-minded women.

Every year, 50 to 75 W.E. participants are selected from across rural and urban Armenia and Artsakh representing a range of industries, including agriculture, arts, education, fashion, food, manufacturing and tourism.

To learn more: https://www.agbugiving.org/we/