Global Women Inventors, Innovators & Entrepreneurs Exhibition, Conference & Awards

Celebrating 21 years of GLOBAL WOMEN INVENTORS, INNOVATORS & ENTREPRENEURS EXHIBITION, CONFERENCE & AWARDS 27-28 June 2019, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

A CATALYST PLATFORM FOR THE BRILLIANCE OF NEW PRODUCTS, PROCESSES AND SERVICES

Join individual inventors, innovators, SME and multi-national companies, academia, the research industry and civil society in the heart of London, United Kingdom.

Introduction

The forthcoming Global Women Invention & Innovation Network is to be staged in London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom following Belgium, Germany, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Italy on the 27-28 June 2019.

As GWIIN works in partnership with WinTRADE week, this great 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times, will serve as hostess to anyone involved in viable new ideas, innovation, research and enterprise.

From building digital infrastructures, new science to low technology, high viability concepts and products, GWIIN was set up in 1998 followed by the European chapter in 2006. The main aim is to bridge the gender gap with effective ways of bringing support, tools and information to assist women in achieving significant growth.

Benefits Include:

    • Increasing the success rate of women’s originality and marketability of their developed concept, product or service.
    • Accessing support for seed capital from government and university programs including spin-out companies.
    • Stimulating wider inclusiveness and the exchange of knowledge in areas such as the use of technology, science, engineering, intellectual property rights, access to finance, international trade, equity and commercialisation.
    • Developing business growth with characteristics that reinvent, set industry standards and radically create changes with impact.
    • The creation of initiatives that provide opportunities to benchmark skills, re-train, re-skill, re-tool and take advantage of current and emerging opportunities.
    • GWIIN strives to ensure that official innovation strategies, policies and projects take gender diversity into consideration with the need to develop effective policy goals and a range of applied services designed to contribute to social and economic growth.