Female CEOs to speak at Alldens Lane’s ‘Women Mean Business’ International Women’s Day celebration in Ghana



Female CEOs to speak at Alldens Lane’s ‘Women Mean Business’ International Women’s Day celebration in Ghana

Accra, Ghana 3 March 2014

Female CEOs in Ghana will mark International Women’s Day 2014 at a two-day event organized by Alldens Lane, a business advisory firm that works with female owners of Small-Medium Enterprises. Women Mean Business is for Ghana’s leading lifestyle brands with product or services that are for a predominantly female clientele.

This year’s celebration will focus on the whole woman, tackling issues that affect women from the boardroom to the bedroom. Attendees can hope to learn from women who are already successful across various fields on how to be their best at work, while maintaining a healthy personal life.

The first part of the event will take place on Wednesday March 5, the focus for which is “Your Body and You”. Niobe Salon & Spa will open its doors to Women Mean Business participants who will enjoy sample spa treatments and Yoga. Maggie Ampere, CEO of Niobe Spa, and Pippa Pipera, CEO of Pippa’s Gym & Health Center will give health tips and advice for skin care, and fitness.

On International Women’s Day, March 8, Women Mean Business will move to the African Regent Hotel where female CEOs like Renee Boateng of Renee Q, Anita Asinor of AML Africa, Shalu Ganglani of Kids Concept, Aisha Ayensu of Christie Brown  and others will share trade secrets, and tips for business success.

Speaking to GoWoman Magazine , Alldens Lane’s founder and organizer of Women Mean Business, Ruka Sanusi said that she hopes that those who come will leave inspired. She said her organization’s aim is to highlight, celebrate, and nurture talented women.

“I wanted to give visibility to the businesses I coach and to showcase lifestyle businesses that speak to the notion of the total woman.”

Women Mean Business is sponsored by Niobe Spa & Salon, Citi FM 97.3, MVP – Most Valuable Products, Viasat 1, and GoWoman Africa publishers of GoWoman Magazine.

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8, and many use the entire month of March to draw attention on issues affection women across the globe.

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Women Mean Business tickets are available at Christie Brown’s Boutique in Osu. Interested parties can also call these numbers  (233) 231411253 or (233) 263585127. Email: info@alldenslane.com




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