The city of Bengaluru at 43 and Delhi at 50 are the only two cities from India, in ‘The Dell Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities)’ 2019 report.
It ranks top 50 cities in the world promoting women entrepreneurs.
WE Cities is a measure of a city’s ability to attract and support high-potential women entrepreneurs (HPWE). HPWE are those who want to grow and scale their businesses. Cities included in the WE Cities rankings already have thriving commercial entrepreneurship.
Strong entrepreneurship is not necessarily a strength for women entrepreneurs. But entrepreneurs are the force that leads the economy and women business owners in 2009 made up the fifth largest GDP, but still struggled to access the capital, networks and resources they need to take their businesses to the next level point the report.
The computer hardware major Dell is committed to accelerating the increasingly powerful role that women play in driving global economic growth. Through the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN), Dell is facilitating women entrepreneurs to connect across the globe with networks, sources of capital, knowledge and technology, giving them the power to do more.
Aspiring and established women entrepreneurs from India can join other female business leaders from around the globe via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn as Dell celebrate the impact of women-owned businesses on the global economy.
The Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network DWEN Summit 2019 will bring together 200 of the most inspiring female entrepreneurs, international media and Dell executives for two days of collaboration thought leadership and networking.
This year the summit will be held at Utrecht, The Netherlands (about 20 miles outside of Amsterdam) on December 2-3, 2019.
The event has grown into a thriving international network with hundreds of women business owners who connect throughout the year to share their knowledge and support their peers in accelerating business growth.