Coca-Cola joins Women Economic Forum Silicon Valley
— Coca-cola supports women empowerment, entrepreneurship and innovation —
LOS ANGELES, CA - December 7, 2021 - (LATINX NEWSWIRE) - Coca-Cola joins Women Economic Forum Silicon Valley to globally celebrate the work of women leaders, entrepreneurs and investors in a remarkable digital event that takes place on December 7th and 8th. This convention aims to strengthen ties for innovation in all fields, to empower women in business and renown investors and to honor their leadership across the globe.
With a powerful network of 250,000 women across 150 counties, Women Economic Forum (WEF) stands by its mission to support women in business and enhance investment opportunities that will empower women entrepreneurs and leaders to succeed in USA and globally with a vision for the future.
The event focuses on:
Coca-Cola is proud to be part of this mission. “Coca-Cola supports this mission thanks to shared values, with the goal of achieving together and being in service to make the world a better place for everyone,” said Fernando Hernandez, Global Leader, Supplier Diversity, Coca-Cola.
Coca-Cola is sponsoring panels that support women's empowerment. On the panel “Learn How To Access Capital Using Equity Crowdfunding From The Women Who helped Pioneer,” Ruth E. Hedges explains how the equity crowdfunding process allows an issuer to grow an army of passionate investors from their fans, followers, customers, and the general public to drive entrepreneurship, supplier diversity, transform communities and create generational wealth.
Equity Crowdfunding has been legal in the USA since 2015, thanks to Ruth, who helped get it legalized in the Jobs Act of 2012. The rules let startups and private businesses raise capital from the crowd, and it allows the general public to invest for as little as $100.
Now everyone anywhere in the world can be an investor in a US company, not just VCs and private equity firms. Ruth is launching http://riseupcrowdfunding.com in collaboration with the Coca-Cola company to help bring a new pool of investment dollars into more women-owned, minority-owned, veteran-owned, and LGBTQ-owned businesses and startups.
Also, Coca-Cola is honored to sponsor the inaugural panel “The Impact of Innovation on Empowering Women & Gender Equality to Promote Global sustainability”
World leaders share innovative techniques on how they have been able to impact the world through the power of global platforms. This panel is moderated by Maria Fernanda Reyes, Founder & President at AdoptaHero and CEO and Founder FarmX. The keynote speakers for this session are: Dr. Harbeen Arora, Founder, G100; ALL Ladies League (ALL) | Women Economic Forum (WEF); WICCI, Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; SHEconomy | BIOAYURVEDA; Mark Madrid, Associate Administrator, office of Entrepreneurship Development at U.S Small Business Administration; Fernando Hernandez, , Global Leader, Senior Director , Supplier Diversity, The Coca-Cola Company; and Irma Sánchez, Managing Director at *Women Economic Forum Silicon Valley, and president of the *Women's Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India Western USA Chapter.
About Dr. Harbeen Arora
WEF was founded by Dr. Harbeen Arora. Dr. Arora has been recognized among the Top 100 Most Reputable People on Earth (Reputation Poll 2019). Thought Leader and Global Icon, Dr Harbeen, is a visionary for women, Businesswoman, Philanthropist, Author, Humanitarian, Spiritual Seeker and Compelling Speaker.
Dr. Harbeen Arora, is the founder of G 100, ALL Ladies League (ALL), SHEconomy and the Women‟s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI). Among other accolades she is the Chancellor, Rai University, INDIA and owner of BIOAYURVEDA.
Dr. Harbeen Arora manifests multifaceted leadership with all-around strength & simplicity.
About Irma Sanchez
Irma is a Social Communicator, a Strategy and Corporations’ Advisor, Latina Women's Advocate, Brand Ambassador, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She also stands out as a developer of American and Latin American corporations for national and international markets.
Irma Sánchez is president of the *Women's Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India Western USA Chapter and the Executive Director of Women Economic Forum Silicon Valley
About Women Economic Forum - WEF
WEF is a forum where celebrities from all over the world, Nobel Prize winners, government leaders, experts on different topics, and leaders from different sectors participate. Empowering Women Worldwide: In 150 countries, the Women Economic Forum has established itself as one of the largest women's networks in the world, a global network, a "sisterhood without borders".
Our conference and forum arm, Women Economic Forum (WEF) curates conversations, connections, community, and collaborations toward our greater influence and impact through our global editions and events that continue to widen our global networks and create empowering spaces for women to rejoin and rejoice in peer exchange and networking for our exchange and “Business Beyond Borders.”
About WEF Silicon Valley 2021
RENOVATION has been the main goal and the principal challenge of human beings due to the structural changes in the world that began in 2020. So, TO RENOVATE OURSELVES is a task that goes from the inside out and it is the focus of this edition of the WOMEN ECONOMIC FORUM Silicon Valley. Innovation 2021.
This edition of the WEF Silicon Valley 2021 opens a gathering place for leaders of different areas in order to provide a high-impact experience that will widen the perspective of everyone who participates in this transforming event.
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Investment, Technology, Fashion, Connections, Leadership, Entertainment, and Emotional Intelligence, are going to be the subject matter that will encourage discernment, reflection, and inspiration for a full renovation from inside out.