Award Recognises Female Contributions

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To celebrate and honour women entrepreneurs’ pivotal roles and their
contributions to society, the Golden Bauhinia Women Entrepreneur Association
(GBWEA) hosted an award ceremony to recognise the winners of the
4th Golden Bauhinia Women Entrepreneur Award at the JW Marriott Hotel in Hong
Kong on 11 November. 
 
Since 2016, the awards paid tribute and recognised distinguished female
entrepreneurs and high performers on their various contributions and outstanding
achievements, underscoring women’s contributions and services to businesses and
society.

“We want to give these women the pride of a recognition, to tell the awardees that
they are capable, and that they are all successful, the awards can give women a
connection to raise, empower and to inspire other women,” said Kelly Tsim,
Executive Vice President of GBWEA and Preparatory Committee Convenor of the
Awards.

The awards also highlight an important message that the GBWEA wants to send to
women.

“Some women think that being an entrepreneur is a long and difficult journey, and
some people might think they are too small or too insignificant to contribute or make
a difference”, said Katherine Cheung, President of the GBWEA.
 
“So, we want to recognise these successful women entrepreneurs, so that even for
those who don’t have a business to run now, they should still try to live the
entrepreneurial spirit and take calculated risks and just go for their dreams.” 

Established in 2012, the GBWEA was the first trade organisation in Hong Kong
aimed at bringing together businesswomen to help members build solid networks
and create business platforms within Hong Kong and Greater China. Today, it serves
more than 7,000 members regionally.
 
“Through our events, we keep members abreast of the current business environment
and the latest government policies in Hong Kong while collecting feedback on
policies related to the economy, businesses and SMEs,” the…

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