Corporate Connect aims to build capacity of Women-owned Small and Medium Enterprises (WSMEs), enhance gender inclusive sourcing amongst corporates and create sustainable market linkages among them locally and internationally.

Corporate Connect, funded by the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiatives (We-Fi) supports WSMEs in capacity development through training, provides networking opportunity locally & internationally, works with corporates to enhance Supplier Diversity and Inclusion (SD&I) and finally connects them in matchmaking business opportunities.

Corporate engagement to enhance Supply Diversity & Inclusion

Capacity development of WSMEs

Connect corporates with WSMEs

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Buyer-supplier connections made
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Women business owners participated in training programs
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Representatives of local and multinational companies engaged to deliver workshops
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SD&I letters signed by senior corporate leaders
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SD&I activities implemented by five local companies
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Representatives of local and multinational companies engaged to deliver workshops

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Prosperous Entrepreneurial Journey Of Shafia Shama

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Public-private partnerships bolster women-owned businesses in Bangladesh

Public-private partnerships bolster women-owned businesses in Bangladesh

Over the past several decades, Bangladeshi women have made tremendous strides forward simply by stepping out of their
We-Fi scales up capacity-building for women-owned SMEs

We-Fi scales up capacity-building for women-owned SMEs

Aimed for greater inclusiveness in corporate supply chain in BangladeshThe Bangladesh chapter of World Bank’s Women Entrepreneurs Finance
World Bank Group to support 1,200 Women-Owned Businesses in Bangladesh

World Bank Group to support 1,200 Women-Owned Businesses in Bangladesh

DHAKA, BANGLADESH, February 9, 2020 – Women-owned businesses in Bangladesh need better access to markets and corporate value chains

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