HOW WE DO IT

Our online platform connects women in developed countries to education resources and a network of peers, mentors and coaches to accelerate their professional development and increase businesses’ bottom lines. With every subscription to the platform, one woman in a developing country is provided with free access to the education resources, career advice and the opportunity to connect with businesses to secure international work experiences. This in turn provides the opportunity for them to take the knowledge, skills and experience back to their home countries where they can enhance the local talent pool and thereby become a contributor to their family, community and national economic growth.

How it Works

Women

If you are looking to accomplish a professional development goal and need expert advice and education resources for self-empowerment, you can subscribe to create a virtual table designed to meet your personal requirements and get the opportunity to give back by contributing to the improvement of the employability of women from developing countries.

Companies

If you are looking to promote inclusion and increase your bottom line, you can subscribe and create a virtual table to provide a group of your female colleagues with access to an online networking and education platform for their professional development. In addition you will be contributing to improving the employability of women from developing countries and grow your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

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Sit at the Table

  • 1Sign up - Tell us if you are a woman in the workforce, a mentor or a business
  • 2Take a seat at the table - Browse the current tables to join or create one that fits your goal.
  • 3Give back – Contribute to the improvement of the employability of women from developing countries.
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OUR SOCIAL IMPACT

We envision a world where every girl and woman has access to equal development opportunities and become a contributor to their family, community and national economic growth. The success of our first programme in Accra proved that, as a social enterprise, we can positively influence women’s access to education and quality employment by bringing together governments, businesses, education and women in the workforce.

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