DICT, Connected Women hold workshops for aspiring businesswomen in Pampanga
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), in partnership with Connected Women, has conducted workshops for aspiring women entrepreneurs.
DICT – Luzon Cluster 2 said almost 150 women participated in the launching of #ConnectedWomen and Facebook’s #SheMeansBusiness initiative held in Royce Hotel and Casino, Clark, Pampanga on June 15.
Gina Romero, CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women, recalled how her experiences in Pampanga made her strong and resilient and how it created a dream in her heart to help uplift and empower every Filipina like her, her mother, and her friends, according to DICT.
Connected Women teaches women how to harness technology to help them become successful entrepreneurs.
The department thanked all those who participated in the event despite the inclement weather.
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