Over 200 women have benefited from the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) program, organized by the Business School of the Chamber of Commerce of Quito (CCQ). And on August 2nd, the CCQ received the Exceptional Organization of Excellence award by the “She Is Foundation.” This program is promoted jointly with the support of the United States Embassy in Ecuador. “We started aiming to develop women entrepreneurs by business training, both through e-learning and classroom modalities. The idea was to prepare the students to open a path in the business field, with all the tools given,” said Hugo Ojeda, director of…
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