PWN Global is a global movement of people working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
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PWN Zug & Zurich is an association of people working towards gender balanced leadership. We support the professional development of women with an established mentoring programme, face-to-face and online networking and learning opportunities.
As PWN Global’s first city network in Switzerland, we have more than 80 members representing 25 nationalities and a similarly diverse range of backgrounds, life stories and career journeys sharing their KNOWLEDGE, BEST PRACTICES, TOOLS and TECHNIQUES.
Why inequality is still persisting and how solving it is key to our future x Gender equality issues have once again taken centre stage – in the media, in politics, in coffee shops and bars the world over. This discourse is being fuelled by concrete evidence that the gender gap is widening...LEARN MORE
Nicola Hazell / Tuesday, November 14, 2017 Source: Women's Agenda SheStarts director Nicola Hazell recently sat own with one of the US’ leading spokespeople on female entrepreneurship and investment, Renee LaBran. She shares what she learnt below. “You need to have courage.
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It’s no secret that balanced leadership is no longer simply the ‘right’ thing to do ...Read more
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Currently, 30% of PWN’s global member base identifies themselves as Entrepreneurs. If yo...Read more
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SEOUL (BLOOMBERG) - Ryu Bok Young is confident she can do anything a man does in the sprawling Ulsan refinery in South Korea, be it scaling 100-metre steel towers or working through the night when repairing the plant. The challenges that come with being a woman in the traditionally male-dominated oil industry have never stopped her. But she worries a baby might. Newly wed, the 28-year-old engineer is now considering her options for when she has children.
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