In 2011, Divine Ndhlukula was named the Entrepreneur of the Year in Africa.
On June 1-2nd she will visit Stockholm to discuss women's entrepreneurship with international and Swedish practitioners, politicians and scientists.
Divine Ndhlukula is one of the key speakers at the "Global Symposium on Women's Entrepreneurship” conducted in Stockholm on June 1-2nd.
She works in the security industry, and started the company Securico from her home in Zimbabwe in 1999. She began by hiring four people. Today, she has 3500 employees in which over 900 are women. This makes Securico Zimbabwe's largest private employer for women.
Divine Ndhlukula has received numerous awards for her entrepreneurship and leadership. She is also an important role model for young women with entrepreneurial dreams. On June 1st, she will talk about her business, and she is available for interviews.
Besides Divine Ndhlukula, there will be over 20 other international entrepreneurs, financiers, advisors, policy makers and experts on women's entrepreneurship participating. They will discuss issues including the recent discoveries in the field, how to make a businesses grow, the initiatives taken around the world to support women entrepreneurs and how to attract investors.
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