Training on E-Commerce and Digital Marketing for Women Entrepreneurs (Maldives)
To celebrate the International Women’s Day, the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change and Technology together with the Ministry of Gender, Family and Social Services of the Republic of Maldives and APCICT will be organizing the Training on E-Commerce and Digital Marketing for Women Entrepreneurs in Male, Maldives from 8 to 9 March 2023.
The two-days training will focus on developing the local women entrepreneurs’ knowledge and understanding of digital marketing, social media marketing, and leveraging the readily available e-commerce tools to build their business. The event will also touch on the practical skills in creating social media presence for their brand, its content creation, and having a good branding and storytelling in their business strategy.
The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change and Technology and the Ministry of Gender, Family and Social Services of the Republic of Maldives, in partnership with Asian and Pacific Training Centre for ICT for Development of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) will organize the Training on E-Commerce and Digital Marketing for Women Entrepreneurs on 8-9 March 2023 in Male, Maldives.
The event aims to help women entrepreneurs in Maldives deepen their understanding of concepts and practices on digital marketing, branding/storytelling and social media marketing and how to leverage ecommerce tools and platforms in their enterprises.
At the end of the programme, participants are expected to:
- Learn the importance of digital marketing, branding and storytelling in promoting a business;
- Develop skills on social media marketing and content creation;
- Learn how to create social media presence; and
- Leverage e-commerce platforms in their business
The event is targeted towards 20 – 25 women entrepreneurs from different parts of the Maldives. Participants can be identified through NGOs that work for economic empowerment of women, and through business centers established in the atolls by Business Center Corporation.
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