Paribas Wealth Management and the Women Initiative Foundation provide women entrepreneurs with a unique training opportunity at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Each year since 2015, 40 talented women from over 12 countries including the USA attend a sponsored week-long program on leadership and accelerating business on the Stanford campus located in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley.
Selected with the support of the Women Initiative Foundation and thanks to the strong connections BNP Paribas built around the world, these women entrepreneurs represent various sectors of activity such as finance, logistics, real estate, food and fashion.
" The successful women entrepreneurs we have invited over the last two years have found this program to be an excellent personal and professional opportunity for development. "
" We are proud to The Stanford Program contributes to the global discussion on gender diversity and to the promotion of women in the entrepreneurial space. "
" It's an incredible opportunity to discover the vibrant and intellectually challenging atmosphere of this world-renowned campus. "
The Stanford Program highlights our commitment to understand, serve and celebrate women entrepreneurs. Over the course of this 4 year-long initiative, it will have provided more than 150 women with training from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and personal and professional development.
Studies on Gender diversity at work run by the Foundation will be innovating and adding value to the future evolution of regulation.
The key differentiation factor is coming from the type of data collection selected. Women and men are the best in place to answer questions relative to management styles, leadership, life styles based on their roles and position. Everyone has his/her personal vision of the Enterprise and peers. This is the reason why WIF carefully defined the questions to be answered by key players of the economical circle.
Two studies are launched in 2017 across three Europeans countries where practices and usages are most probably very different: France, Germany and Italy. One of the study covers the Corporate world and will observe the situation within five Groups across various market segments BNP Paribas, Engie, Danone, L’Oréal and Oracle. The second study is run among Entrepreneurs.
In addition, for the corporate world, the framework is defined with the collaboration of the Clayman Institute at Stanford University with whom we will share the conclusions to highlight differences and similar facts in the USA.
Paris, May 24th 2018 : WIF (Women Initiative Foundation) highlighted the results of the survey performed in partnership with BNP Paribas Wealth Management, and with the support of CEDE-ESSEC. Data were collected among 400 entrepreneurs, women and men, in France, Germany and Italy. The major takeaways concern:
WIF Foundation (Women Initiative Foundation) highlighted the results of the survey performed with the support of Research Lab in industrial engineering (LGI) fromCentraleSupélec Engineering School. Data were collected among 2400 managers et executives, womenand men,from 4 large partners companies (L’Oréal, BNP, ENGIE et ORACLE) in France, Germany and Italy.
A few major takeaways are:
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WIF made the choice to get support and assistance from Academia for each study. A well-known Professor, passionate for gender equality is committed to help:
WIF signed a research contract with each of them.
The ultimate objectives are:
Collected data are anonymous and confidential. WIF’s partners are all committed to. Conclusions of the studies will be made available by the end of 2017 or beginning of 2018 and will be largely communicated in France and the associated countries.
Through the analysis provided by WIF, we commit to equality in talents, chances of success and will boost individual professional achievement and enterprises competitivity.