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Tuesday, 23 October 2012 15:01

Tsigie Haile takes 2012 Excellence Award

Wzo. Tsigie Haile, Founder and Director of WISE (Women In Self Employment) awarded as the 2012 AWiB Woman of Excellence on October 21, 2012.




Tuesday, 04 September 2012 14:04

AWIB's Women of Excellence

AWiB’s Woman of Excellence Award celebrates the achievements and accomplishments of women in their careers, businesses and communities. The nominees are chosen for their vision, courage, compassion, proven success and generosity as demonstrated by how they help other women succeed.

Sunday, 08 July 2012 06:23

Toward the Competitive Frontier

The perceptions managers have of the investment climate in Ethiopia has improved dramatically since the first investment climate survey in 2001-2002.

Sunday, 03 June 2012 05:54

Report on AWiB May Forum

17th May, 2012: A Day for Expanding One’s Mind. A Day for Celebration

“Vocation happens when our deep gladness meets the world's deep need.” -- Beuchner

The awaited 17th May, 2012, commenced with hundreds of participants (460 to be exact) making their way to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Conference Centre to explore and participate in an event marking the theme ‘Expand your Mind - Change your World: Celebrate Women’s Agency!’

Thursday, 10 May 2012 11:41

Celebrating Women’s Agency

The Association of Women in Business (AWiB) is celebrating women’s agency in the month of May. Specifically, on May 17th  at the UNECA, in a forum designed to encourage management level  professionals to confidently lead their professional and personal lives. But what exactly does agency mean? And specifically what do we mean by women’s agency within the context of our forum?

Thursday, 09 February 2012 08:00

Access Capital Investing in Ethiopia

The 2011/12 Macroeconomic Handbook is the third such annual report prepared by Access Capital. As in the past, we organize our report around ten major economic and business themes. For this year, given the launch of a new Five-Year Growth and Transformation Plan, we take a long-term look at Ethiopia’s overall growth prospects (Chapters 1-4); highlight the pressures faced by private business from certain macroeconomic and regulatory policies (Chapters 5-6); and finally present our views (in Chapters 7-10) on reforms that we think can help ensure a favorable economic and business outlook. We also offer an Annex with Access Capital’s macroeconomic projections for the year ahead.

Access Capital Research

December 30, 2011

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AWiB would like to proudly acknowledge its partners for the year.