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Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Republic of Malta – India Bilateral Business Council

ABOUT THE FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT

The founder and President of the organisation is Dr. Harbeen Arora.  She is also Global Chairperson of the ALL Ladies League (ALL) & Women Economic Forum (WEF) Chancellor, Rai University, INDIA Founder, BIOAYURVEDA Founder as well as SHEconomy and who was also chosen as one of the Top 100 Most Reputable People on Earth (Reputation Poll 2019).

ABOUT WICCI

Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (WICCI)has been established based on our experience of ALL Ladies League (ALL) and Women Economic Forum (WEF), wherein women entrepreneurs have greatly benefited with women’s networking, exchange, & collaborations. As a National Business Chamber for Women, WICCI further strengthens women’s entrepreneurship & boosts businesses through greater engagement with government, institutions, and global trade. WICCI enables fundamental changes in governmental policies, laws, & incentives with a view to robustly encourage & empower women in business, industry, & commerce across all sectors.

As a Nation, India is envisaging a 5 trillion USD economy. This can easily be achieved & exceeded by the active inclusion of women entrepreneurs, businesses, & professionals in all walks of life: by empowering our influence on decision-making.

We welcome you and we look forward to host you in the Republic of  Malta!

THE MALTESE COUNCILLORS

DAME JANE CHIRCOP

 President

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MAJOR NATIONAL PROJECTS, CLIMATE AFFAIRS, INFRASTRUCTURE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, CHILDREN RIGHTS POLICY

DOREEN CUTRONA

 Vice President

MANUFACTURING & CIRCULAR ECONOMY

MARISA CIAPPARA

Councillor

ECONOMY, SME FINANCE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

ROBERTA HILI

Councillor

REGIONAL GOZO HUB

DR. ROBERTA LEPRE

Councillor

ADVOCATE & JUSTICE AFFAIRS

ROSEMARIE CALLEJA

Councillor

MEDIA, JOURNALISM & COMMUNICATIONS

MARION MIZZI

Councillor

BEAUTY, SOCIAL WELL-BEING & FASHION

CARMEN CACHIA

Councillor

NATIONAL HEALTH AND COMMUNITY NURSING

MARIE-LOUISE BUGEJA

Councillor

MIDWIFERY, BIOETHICS & NATIONAL BROADCASTING

ALISON VASSALLO

Councillor

SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY & SPIRITUAL COACHING

VIVIENNE CHIRCOP

Councillor

MARITIME AFFAIRS, BLUE ECONOMY, TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS

MARYROSE FRANCICA

Councillor

EU UNION HUB & EUROPEAN AFFAIRS

ANGELA MARIE PSAILA

Councillor

HUMAN RESOURCES, PUBLIC MANAGEMENT, ACADEMIA POLITICAL SCIENCE

JEANETTE BORG

Councillor

AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES & ANIMAL RIGHTS

MANJRI BORG BINDRA

Councillor

PROMOTER OF LOCAL CRAFTS & PRODUCTS, CONSUMER RIGHTS, BUSINESS RIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

ANNALISE DUCA

Councillor

DIGITAL ICT

ANNE MARIE ZAMMIT

Councillor

HOSPITALITY CATERING EVENTS

KRISTA SULLIVAN

Councillor

ECO-MALTA, NATIONAL HERITAGE, LOCAL COUNCILS COMMUNITY & ARTS

ROBERTA CUTAJAR

Councillor

MUSIC BUSINESS ENTREPRENEUR, DJ, PROMOTER & PRODUCER

MARVIC DOUGHTY

Councillor

THEATRE, CINEMATOGRAPHY & PERFORMING ARTS

DEBBIE TULLY

Councillor

EDUCATION, SPORTS, YOUTHS

LORNA VASSALLO

  Councillor

TOURISM, MALTESE LANGUAGE, CULTURE, FOLKLORE

We welcome you to join us at the Annual Women Economic Forum (WEF) Malta Summit 2021

23 parallel sessions over a range of topics to choose from 

 

United Together, Creating and leading the way.
A masterpiece of creativity towards Sustainability and Growth, a Renaissance towards Agenda 2030

8th March – 10th March 2021

It is indeed an honour for Malta to be hosting the first Women’s
Entrepreneurship Summit. The theme chosen for this Summit is a clear
message supporting the empowerment of women. Women have the
potential to change their own economic status, as well as that of the
communities and countries in which they live. Yet more often than not,
women’s economic contributions go unrecognised, and unequal
opportunities between women and Women’s economic empowerment is
increasingly viewed as the most important contributing factor to
achieving equality between women and men.Economically strengthening women – who are half the world’s workforce
– is not only a means by which to spur economic growth, but also a
matter of advancing human rights. This is the future we envisage for all
human beings.