Today is International Women’s Day, and I couldn’t be prouder to say that I’m celebrating the holiday with other women entrepreneurs in my home country of Morocco. Not long ago, the government honored me with an invitation to join a group of thirty Moroccan entrepreneurs living abroad in attending the South Economic Women Initiative Conference. The conference itself was organized by the Association des Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises du Maroc (the Association of Moroccan Women Entrepreneurs) in collaboration with the Ministry of Moroccans Living Abroad. While the event centers on vital topics innovation, digital economies, and the influence of both on female leadership, its true draw lies in the way it facilitates connections between women entrepreneurs in Morocco and their compatriots abroad. Over the course of my time here, I’ve had the chance to meet and share stories with thriving, driven Moroccan women from over twenty different countries across the world. The conference has been an incredible experience, and I’m glad that my home government provided us the chance to come home and share our collective knowledge with other entrepreneurially-driven women.
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