By Mirela Sula   With the current main disruptive changes the world is facing, entrepreneurship, creating both wealth and social justice, is key for shaping the world of 2050 – this is the vision of the World Entrepreneurship Forum. This year the Forum was organised in Hangzhou, where more than 700 delegates attended from all over the world, and surprisingly a lot of women entrepreneurs represented their business by sharing their success stories. There I had the chance to meet Stephanie Kergall, the Deputy Director of World Entrepreneurship Forum and many other women who are now loyal members this unique forum. What they shared with me is really inspiring.   Stephanie Kergall – France Stephanie Kergall Stephanie has 20 years of experience in business development, sales and communication in multicultural environments. She is Deputy Director of World Entrepreneurship Forum and a great example for many women who dream to enter the business world. Can you tell us about the World Entrepreneurship Forum? Founded in 2008 by EMLYON Business School in France, the WEnF has been joined byAction Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and Zhejiang University in China. Since it’s founding, the Forum has selected and brought together more than 1,000 members from 80 countries: business and social entrepreneurs, experts, investors. The output of the World Entrepreneurship Forum is designed to stimulate creative thinking that leads to action and innovation. The Forum is both a think tank and a do tank: We [...]

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