RAWBANK crowned with the Women’s Active Women’s Business Trophy in Kinshasa

Women In Business

At the end of the month dedicated to Women, the Women in Business held a day of coaching and training for the reinforcement of managerial capacities. RAWBANK, sponsor of the event but also a bank committed to promoting women’s entrepreneurship, received a trophy to promote its Lady’s First segment and its support for Congolese women entrepreneurs.

On March 30 in Kinshasa was held a Women In Business workshop at Sultani Hotel. Nearly 200 participants gathered around a program focused on training, coaching, business lunch, speed meeting, the handing over of certificates signed by Gilles Atayi / KPMG and the signature of the UN Women WEPS charter. .

RAWBANK, the 1st banking institution in the DRC, was one of the sponsors of this great meeting, which aimed at perfecting female leadership, either in entrepreneurship or in the exercise of its functions in a company.

“The involvement of RAWBANK in the entrepreneurship of Congolese women is well established. Through the Lady’s First segment, we are positioning ourselves alongside women for better financial inclusion, access to first-rate banking services and, above all, training that will enable them to improve the performance of their businesses “, said Rita MASENGO, Institutional Communication Manager of RAWBANK.

As principal trainer, Mr. Gilles Atayi, insisted on the role of the woman leader in her functions. “Woman, you are a leader when you make a decision on its execution. Leadership is naturally in you, you just have to recognize it, develop it and make better use of it, “he added.

RAWBANK was represented by a strong delegation of women occupying positions of responsibility within it and also received a trophy of the Active Woman for its implication and its banking innovations in favor of the female target and entrepreneur in the DRC.

Ms. Awa Seck, representative of UN Women in DRC took the opportunity to express her admiration for this initiative and encouraged companies such as RAWBANK to adhere to the charter that governs the principles of empowering women in the DRC. company “HE FOR SHE”.

RAWBANK’s involvement in this successful day marks the bank’s commitment to continue its policy of promoting women’s entrepreneurship and to continually equip its employees with the tools and training necessary for the smooth running of its activities.

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