Empowered IP Women Entrepreneurs in Uganda are exhibiting
GWIM is a knowledge-based organization that empowers women from local communities in Uganda to establish businesses based on the use of creativity and innovation. This is done through partnering with local community leaders, who recommend, identify and organize women many of whom are already entrepreneurs who might benefit from the knowledge on enhancing their creative minds. This is either to help them grow their businesses or establish businesses based on creativity and innovation. In addition to individual mentoring, GSWIM trains women to develop their business skills with the emphasis of empowering them transform their business ideas into tangible products for commercial value. GSWIM also collaborates with other institutions for economic empowerment and transformation of women for self-sustainability.
FIELD ENROLLMENT OF THE 2rd PHASE OF THE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS PROJECT: "Getting Value Out of the Registered Trademarks by Women Entrepreneurs in Uganda"
By 1st-June-2023 to 13th-June-2024
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National workshop for Women Entrepreneurs (Group 1 and 2
The Mentoring Stage for Commercialization at GSWIM offices organized by WIPO through its Division for the Least Developed Countries in collaboration with URSB and GSWIM. #Supporting women entrepreneurs commercialize and benefit from their trademarks.