Announcing a new opportunity for lady entrepreneurs in Cairo, Entreprenelle’s She Can event is on the calendar for July 21st, and will be held in the Greater Library of Cairo in Zamalek. Entreprenelle, founded by young achiever Rania Ayman in 2016, is a social enterprise organisation geared towards bringing education, training, and networking opportunities to women in Egypt. In only a year, Entreprenelle has already hosted five major events, 60 workshops all around Egypt, and partnered with 30 successful women-led businesses.

The event will be a daylong conference for women in the entrepreneurial realm, with stories of successes and failures from go-getters who have started their own businesses in Egypt. The day’s talks will be followed by a series of workshops and activities. The content of these workshops will cover a range of topics, all relevant to starting and maintaining successful businesses. The activities lineup includes networking, speed mentoring, exhibitions, and panel discussions. Ten motivational women are scheduled as speakers for the day, all founders of their own businesses which include Gebra, Educateme, The Makeup Talk, Think Egypt, Hand Over and more.

All interested people are welcome to attend She Can, though the conference will be of particular interest to early entrepreneurs and bootstrappers looking for guidance in beginning their entrepreneurial journeys. Rania Ayman, Entreprenelle’s founder, says she sees the event as an “inspiration and networking” opportunity for developing business owners.

Additional information about the event can be found on its Facebook event page.

The form for registration is accessible here, and early bird tickets are available for 100 LE until June 25th. After June 25th, tickets will cost 150 LE. Tickets can be purchased at the Entreprenelle office at the Greek Campus.