Women’s world show in Kenya a show that travels around Africa for the hit segment ” Making of Entrepreneurs “
Clara Kronborg, Founder and Host of Women’s world show arrived to Kenya for the making of entrepreneurs in the show. This took place in Nairobi on the 4th of December 2019 in collaboration with Delight Tailoring fashion and design Academy (known as Delight Africa Kenya)
Clara Kronborg, Founder and Host of Women’s world show
Making of entrepreneur in women’s world show is focused on promoting the positive impact /role of skilled African women in the socioeconomic development of Africa.
By supporting as little as we can in bridging the constraints lack of capital and supporting a woman with no means of education with our strategy FUNDING, BRANDING AND MENTORING. In doing so, we hope to accelerate the number of Female entrepreneurs throughout Africa and strengthen African female entrepreneurial ecosystem.
For this segment, ‘’ making of entrepreneurs ’’, we travel around African countries, where we choose a certain skill depending on hand works women
are involved in within the country. We collaborate with organizations, companies or individuals whose goals aligns with ours for this process. It is done by setting a mini competition among 5 to 10 women, where the winner wins a start up fund and cash value if 1000 USD.
The Theme for the fashion designer series in Kenya was a Cocktail dress with a significant touch of Kenya. Where Miss Debra Ang’awa emerged the winner of women’s world show Making of entrepreneurs, Kenya edition, the Fashion designers series 2019.
She stood out with her creative skill but mostly for her Business strategy to stand out in fashion industry in Kenya and beyond.
‘’ We are coming back to Kenya ’’, Clara says, because the young women here are filled with zeal and desire to add to the development of Africa. And our return will be bigger, as we will be making more than one woman this time.
Our plan starting 2020,
The goal is to make 50 entrepreneurs per annul for the next 5 years, by visiting 6 African countries every year, invest $10000 on 10 female entrepreneurs in each country, with the sum total of $60000 on 50
female entrepreneurs annually.
All these are made possible through our investors, partners, collaborators and we want to say thank you to all of them all, as we continue to play our little part to the development of Africa through entrepreneurship.
Content courtesy of Women’s world show, Jw Show & Nairobi fashion hub