BOLDtalks unveils new edition of events
Dubai, April 29, 2013
UAE-based events management company BOLDtalks, has announced a new edition to its series of events – BOLDtalks Woman 2013.
An intimate and impactful gathering centered on storytelling and live journalism, BOLDtalks Woman 2013 brings together women from all over the world, a statement from the company said. From CEOs to grassroots activists and firebrand dissidents, the event brings to light the incredible stories of women - looking at both their challenges and triumphs - and inspiring solutions to women’s issues.
BOLDtalks Woman 2013 is scheduled to take place on May 4 at the Madinat Theatre from 10am to 5pm.
The exclusive one-day event will feature an illustrious line-up of regional and international speakers presenting on diverse matters centring on issues related to women’s wellbeing – with particular focus on women's wellness, health, education, entrepreneurship, empowerment, inspirational stories, women in art and culture.
Enida Mujanovic, co-founder, BOLDtalks, said: “A platform that tackles various social issues related to women’s wellbeing and a search for solution on how to empower women is much needed in the Middle East, and this is exactly what BOLDtalks Woman 2013 is set to achieve.”
“Furthermore, this event is not exclusive to women, as we also encourage men’s participation, so the featured topics can be further discussed and debated within a household beyond the event.”
The event will be moderated by Bexta Tierney, a professional conference moderator and a public speaker for over 15 years, the statement said.
Tickets can be purchased from Madinat Theatre, Box Office and on http://www.madinattheatre.com. – TradeArabia News Service
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