The Hera Hub community celebrated Women’s Entrepreneurship Day by inviting seven amazing women from around the world to participate in a global discussion on female entrepreneurship.  (via Google Hangout)
Countries represented – Argentina, Mexico, Nova Scotia, Paraguay, Russia, Belgium, and Germany.

We hope you enjoy this amazing dialog!

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Women’s Entrepreneurship Day was founded and implemented by Wendy Diamond, after volunteering with the Adelante Foundation who provides microcredit to low income women while in Honduras. Upon her return to the US she decided she wanted to develop something to help this and similar philanthropic causes. The first day was held on November 19, 2014, and was observed in 144 countries that year.

It was described by Fortune Magazine as “a global movement to celebrate and support female founders and shed light on some of their challenges.” Forbes Magazine wrote that the intention was also “to mobilize a global network of female business owners, entrepreneurs and change makers who support and empower this community of women entrepreneurs and their businesses.” The event was proclaimed an “official day” by both New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Picture from University of San Diego, Global Shapers event on 11/19/2015

Women's Entrepreneurship Day 2015