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Women Entrepreneurship Centre (WEC) is proud to announce the second series of FREE workshop for 2018 supported by TTCF and The Office of Ethnic Communities.We will be conducting series of workshops in Auckland communities entitled "Live your dream".Our objective is to support, elevate and inspire women to create their own businesses that work around their family life.
Many mums who want work-family balance are considering starting their own business. But for some, it is not easy to get it all together. They need to create freedom, flexibility, family time, success and the money for themselves and their families.
Next “Live your dream” workshop is on Feb 24h 2018 Saturday from 10-1pm. Workshops are held in Wesley Community Centre, 740 Sandringham Road Extension, Mt. Roskill.If you have any questions or need any additional information please feel free to contact us by email at email@example.com
To REGISTER please send the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full name/Contact no/Email
MOM DAD AND me 2018
“Mom Dad and Me” is a program providing creative art workshops that improve the creative thinking of young kids. The program is designed to develop fine motor skills as well as creativity while giving your kids the freedom to explore a variety of art materials. Throughout the program little artists will gain confidence and improve hand-eye coordination and small motor skills with the bonus of cool projects to take home, not to mention, having this special time with Mom or Dad.
We conduct workshop for women entrepreneurs titled “Live your dream”. While conducting these workshops we noticed that they need to have some fun time with their kids too.Many working mums and mumpreneurs need to create freedom, flexibility, family time, and success for themselves and their families. It also encourage parents to develop self-awareness and inspire their creative potential.
The program includes hands-on-activities on how to use art materials in a creative and fun way while having a special time with mum or dad.
To REGISTER please send the following details to email@example.com
Full name/Contact no/Email/Chils name and age
We are a group of women committed to help other women grow. The objective of this survey is to find out if women need opportunities to start a business, network with like-minded people and grow at grass root level.
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Live Your Dream 2017
Live Your Dream is a program to inspire and build self-confidence and educate to recognize opportunities and adopt with the changing markets. The program encourages people to develop self-awareness and inspire their creative potential with a specific focus on their contribution to a more diverse New Zealand workforce and society. We will be conducting series of workshops in Auckland communities on building creative confidence, skill assessing and creating entrepreneurial awareness.
Community Connect Youth 2017
The main objective of Community Connect is helping youth to discover, express and develop their unique creativity. It includes goal setting, action plans and reflection statements. It creates space for youth to engage in own career development process, awareness of future employment, careers and entrepreneur options. The program is a mix of three meetups / workshops with the main aim of discover, express and develop. All meets ups are interactive with hands on activities.
Diversity Job Fair 2016
We aim to address the diversity of the women entrepreneurs and an attempt to provide a better understanding of the phenomenon by building confidence, identifying the strengths, providing support for their entrepreneur journey and providing a platform to showcase their ideas such as community fair or exhibition by the end of the project. The aim is to build courage and passion to be different in building entrepreneurial leadership. In collaboration between Migrant Action Trust and AUT.
"Empowering Aspiring Entrepreneurs | Supporting: Developing: Connecting."
WHAT WE DO
Creative confidence program
Creative confidence program is designed to encourage people to develop self-awareness and inspire their creative potential with a specific focus on their contribution to a more diverse and innovative New Zealand workforce and society. The program includes hands-on activities to know themselves better, to identify opportunities, and to put in action new tools and techniques for creative thinking, collaboration, leadership, and entrepreneurial logic
Service for potential entrepreneur aspiring to start her own business enterprise. It helps the prospective entrepreneurs to introspect their strengths and weaknesses, encourages people to develop skills.
Entrepreneur awareness program
Entrepreneur awareness program supports people to formulate entrepreneurial thinking. Participants are motivated for starting their own enterprise and briefed on the opportunities available for such enterprises, keeping in mind the resources and technical feasibility. It’s beneficial for job seekers or who are considering entrepreneurial activities and wish to strengthen their professional network, are looking for talent, partners, or investors.
It is a unique and highly flexible combination of business development processes, infrastructure and people designed to nurture new and small businesses by helping them to survive.
Entrepreneur development program
Entrepreneurship Development Program is a programme meant to develop entrepreneurial abilities among the people. The program covers refining of ideas, assessing the added value of the concept, development, and polishing of entrepreneurial skills into a person needed to establish and successfully run his / her enterprise. It involves equipping participants with the required skills and knowledge needed for starting, funding and resourcing the start-ups.
The objective of this service is to equip the budding entrepreneurs with all the various contemporary tools of funding and marketing such as crowdsourcing, virtual world, social media etc.
Dr SANGEETA KARMOKAR
Chief Executive Officer/Founder
Sangeeta has been integral part of education, research and community engagement. Her practice-based research interest lies at the intersection of the entrepreneurship and design discipline with a special interest in social and women entrepreneurship. Sangeeta’s expertise involves design thinking, digital innovation, entrepreneurial strategy, women entrepreneurship and working with community.
Chief Digital Officer/Trustee.
Pablo is specialized in advanced Human Centered design principles, both design and implementation as well as digital disruption and innovation. Rich experience real innovation across a variety of projects, nothing excites me more than successful delivery and making an impact that matters. He is a senior creative and experience design professional with more than 17 years’ experience in all aspects of digital solutions (B2C and B2B) and visual thinking.
Rachna is an IT professional who has been with the New Zealand IT industry for over 15 years. Having worked across Auckland Council, Paper, Finance, Global and boutique IT companies, Rachna brings a unique blend of personable, technical and management skills. Rachna is passionate about working with people and helping communities.
Albert Ruban is a graduated physiotherapist and psychologist from India. He has been involved in community in various roles such as Senior Rehab Coordinator, Teacher Aide, community support worker, Therapeutic massage practioner for several years. Albert has been involved in the Srilankan Tamil Community and works along with people. He teaches dance, language and culture to New Zealand born Tamil children and makes short movies based on social awareness.
Laavanya has been a part of wen Centre from the start. Laavanya moved to New Zealand after completing her bachelors in IT and Masters in business administration. She completed her post graduate at AUT. Her passion for digital technology and administration drew her to project coordination and her strong thoughts on how every women should grow in confidence and become the person they truly desire drew her to Women Entrepreneurship Centre.