Female entrepreneurs: Cartier Women’s Initiative 2020 edition

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Temie Giwa-Tubosun, Nigeria, LifeBank – A medical distribution company that uses data and technology to discover and deliver essential medical products to hospitals in Nigeria.

Nadia Gamal El Din, Egypt, Rahet Bally – An all-inclusive platform to support Egyptian mothers financially, physically, emotionally, and intellectually, both online and in person.

Chunguang (Charlotte) Wang, China, Equota Energy (Technology) Shanghai Co Ltd is an energy optimization company that combines artificial intelligence and big data to deliver energy efficiency solutions.

Joanne Howarth, Australia, Woolpack Australia – Planet Protector Packaging. Her firm  manufactures environmentally responsible insulated packaging made from sheep waste wool for transport of temperature-sensitive goods.

Each of the 7 laureates will be awarded a US $100,000 in grant and each of the second and third runner-ups will receive US $30,000. Finally, the 7 laureates and 14 finalists will all receive support on strategic financial thinking, one-on-one strategy mentoring, media visibility and international networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD executive education programme on scaling social impact.

For more information about the programme, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com

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