The women’s brunch will also comprise of presentations from a major lending agency, the women’s chamber of commerce and industry Guyana, women health along with money-saving sessions.
The women’s only brunch plans to have several events after the event. The aim is to continue to network and empower other women in business. Also, a website will be launched enabling other women to market their business. Reiterating the importance of women networking and the power of sisterhood, women in business spoke of the benefits of starting their own business as they encourage other women to become entrepreneurs.
To be apart of Sisterhood women’s only brunch will be held on the 29th March at the Promenade Gardens. Persons can contact 623-5800 for more information.