DWE celebrates the role of women in business – News

DWE is a global social networking platform founded by Pushpa Jaleel to support women empowerment and SMEs.

Dazzling Women Entrepreneurs Group (DWE) held its first icebreaker event at Crowne Plaza Dubai, Jumeirah Hotel on December 16, 2021. DWE is a global social networking platform founded by Pushpa Jaleel to support women empowerment and SMEs . Jaleel is the CEO and Managing Partner of PJZONE Corporate Services which specializes in business strategy and consulting, project management, specialty insurance and much more. She has worked in the industry for over 24 years and her role as CEO and Managing Director, for over two decades, has earned her a place in the Middle East financial sector. Gaining a multitude of experiences, meeting and befriending people from various fields, building her grassroots network has made her more ambitious, proactive, strong and a confident businesswoman and entrepreneur. A strong believer in building relationships and sustaining them over the long term has been her main motto.

Socially, she is also a member of the Indian Business Council (IBPC) and the Gulf Maharashtra Business Forum (GMBF). Since 2000, Jaleel has been associated with a major headquarters of the Ekatvam Movement and Ekam University in India and is recognized as a certified head trainer in the Middle East. Over the years, she has taken various awakening classes, helped raise awareness and contributed to humanitarian community services.

The event received positive feedback and was attended by Dr. Yaqoob Al Ali, Executive Director and Privy Advisor of Office of Sheikh Juma Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum; Maktoum Almarzouqi, Director, Almarzouqi Group; Sameera Rizwan Sajan and Shabnam N Kassam, directors of Danube; Shilpa Shirodkar, Bollywood actress; Dr. Shams Abdullah Alamro, international human rights judge at the United Nations; Dr. Jean Shahdadpuri, MD, Nikai Group of Companies; Juhi Y Khan, Founder, Future Philanthropist CSR Company, and Lara Tabet, TV Presenter.

Talking about starting a business, Jaleel said that sixty-two percent of female business owners are between 40 and 59 years old. She added, “Networking is an investment in your business. Building business relationships is very important in the UAE, so stay connected, bond and network.”

Jaleel said gender is not a necessary criterion for success in the business world. On personal growth for women in business today, Jaleel advises, “Show your passion. Make your goals visible through your character and your actions. Learn from each other and lead an enriched professional life.”

Jaleel has also announced her interest in training, mentoring and sharing her experiences and knowledge with young female online business owners.

About Tammy N. McFarlane

Check Also

About $17 billion in external debt incurred in FY22

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan incurred approximately $17 billion in external debt from multiple sources of funding in …