The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women program is providing 10,000 underserved female entrepreneurs with a business and management education, reaching women in more than 40 countries.
Investing in women’s education has been shown to have a significant multiplier effect, and through our commitment we are strengthening communities and creating greater shared prosperity. Below are some of the success stories of our graduates in Egypt. Follow the 10,000 Women program on Twitter @GS10KWomen.
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Nora's business specializes in designing and printing different forms of publications, promotional materials and books. The 10,000 Women program helped her learn to identify new markets and to create strategic plans. At the 2013 Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, Nora accepted the Fortune and Goldman Sachs Global Women Leaders Award.
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Since graduating from the 10,000 Women program, Reem's tourism business has expanded and she has purchased land near the Red Sea in the hope of one day establishing her own resort.
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Through the 10,000 Women program, Saida learned the importance of strategic planning for her business and now has partnered with other firms to grow her client base while expanding her service offerings.