FEMALE FOUNDER TRADE MISSION TO EUROPE
The Female Founders Trade Mission to Europe has been specially created for women with global ambitions and female future leaders.
The 8 day trade mission led by Peace Mitchell and Katy Garner, founders of, The Women's Business School, Women Changing The World Investments, WCW Press and AusMumpreneur are passionate about creating opportunities for Australian women in business to share their ideas with the world.
This international tour offers participants the opportunity to create global networks, leverage and discover new opportunities, expand to new markets and raise their personal profile.
You'll have the option to attend the London and Paris Book Fairs, networking events, meet with international founders and have the opportunity to explore Paris & London with free time for holding business meetings as well.
You will also have the opportunity to speak internationally at the Women Changing The World Summit and attend the Women Changing The World Awards.
This tour will offer participants an unique opportunity to connect with entrepreneurs, authors, speakers, leaders and women from around the world. This mission is open to female founders looking to expand internationally and who want to understand the European market and build long-range international networks.
Build your profile, go global, discover new opportunities and live the life you've been dreaming of!
There are also opportunities for authors who are looking to connect with and learn from other female leaders from the Paris and London Book Fair communities, as both of these events are on while we are there. The London Book Fair is a large book-publishing trade fair held annually, usually in April, in London, England. LBF is a global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.
Paris Book Fair is one of Europe’s most important cultural events. On a surface area of 55,000m² at the Exhibitions Park in Porte de Versailles, each year in the spring, it welcomes 1,200 publishers and 2,000 authors from 37 countries, and offers 500 meetings and 4,000 signings. The fair’s visitors can discover all the French and international publishing houses have to offer, with around 500 stands.