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Tuesday 13 April 2021
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Women’s Achievers Congress: Kim Kiyosaki puts African Women on the road to Success and Financial Freedom

Women’s Achievers Congress: Kim Kiyosaki puts African Women on the road to Success and Financial Freedom

The annual international entrepreneur’s congress, Women Achievers Congress will be hosted in Johannesburg South Africa, under the theme: Its Rising Time.

It comes at a time when Africa really needs achievers to come together and inspire upcoming entrepreneurs.
Renowned author Kim Kiyosaki will host the two day conference that brings the sharpest brains into one place to motivate the continent.

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The two day congress with Kim Kiyosaki puts African Women on the road to Success and Financial Freedom. This will see various know how players in the entrepreneurship game bringing together ideas to promote women for success.

Kiyokasi, an entrepreneur and investor together with other international female experts will host a roundtable for leaders to capitalise on opportunities.

‘Through WAC we encourage women not to quit but to move beyond obstacles and keep moving forward even in times of doubt.
‘WAC is a platform that can rejuvenate the African landscape that sees women lagging behind in terms of entrepreneurship opportunities’’

Women are expected to be role models in society and they sorely require inspirations like these conferences to carry through.

Success Resources CEO Veronica Tan said, ‘Women’s Achievers Congress will give women in South Africa access to a wide range of tools developed specifically for a complete financial education. It is the perfect event to connect with a network of powerful, like-minded and supportive women to build a strong foundation for your success’’

Besides Kiyosaki, influential public speaker Deborah Patel, social entrepreneur Lisa Lannon, executive coach Ceil Stanford and Alicia Lyttle, internet marketer, will also be in attendance.

South Africa has hosted several international conferences this year including World Economic Forum and African Union Summit all setting agendas beyond year 2020.

Such conferences bring bright prospects to Africa’s potential in investment sectors and creating more entrepreneurs across the continent.



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