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Videos reveal success of EBRDs Women in Business Programme

Videos reveal success of EBRD's Women in Business Programme

 September 04, 2019

Careers with the European Bank for Construction and Development (EBRD) can be very rewarding for a number of reasons, including the fact that employees can support women's success and advancement through the Women in Business Programme.

The EBRD Women in Business Programme has supported more than 60,000 women-led small businesses by offering them a unique combination of access to finance and know-how. More than €500 million has been invested across the 18 countries where the programme operates. 

These videos are examples of the important and and exciting work the EBRD has done through the Women in Business Programme to help women achieve their entrepreneurial dreams.

What’s it like to start a start-up in business in Albania?


Elderly benefit from new approach to health care in North Macedonia


Meet the women driving change in the Macedonian car industry


Technology transforming business in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Financing the future for women in business in the Western Balkans


Bringing Italian stone to Kazakhstan


How one woman turned her passion into a business


Transforming a Serbian organic food supplier


How one Turkish woman grew her bakery business


Turning an unlikely building into a school


The next generation of Croatian cosmetics producers

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Disclosure: Where Women Work researches and publishes insightful evidence about how its paid member organizations support women's equality.

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