CARTIER WOMEN'S INITIATIVE AWARDS
2017 LAUREATES ANNOUNCEMENT
Cartier, in partnership with INSEAD Business School and McKinsey & Company, is pleased to announce the 2017 laureates of the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards. The 6 laureates were selected from 18 finalists representing 15 countries.
This year, INSEAD's Asia Campus in Singapore hosted the Awards week programme (coaching sessions for the finalists with professionals from the INSEAD network, press conference, and jury evaluation), and the laureates were announced at the international Awards Ceremony on 12 April, 2017 at the Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore. By changing the location of the Awards Ceremony annually, Cartier aims to emphasise the international dimension of the competition.
To watch the laureates’ interviews and learn more about their businesses,
please visit: https://www.cartierwomensinitiative.com/explore/laureate/1/edition/2017
To watch the highlights of the 2017 Awards Ceremony,
please visit: https://www.cartierwomensinitiative.com/press
Candice Pascoal, Brazil, Kickante
Crowdfunding platform that connects campaign creators with donors and investors.
Katie Anderson, United States, Save Water Co
Retrofits water systems in high-density housing and commercial establishments to reduce water wastage and costs.
Ciara Donlon, Ireland, THEYA Healthcare
Designs, manufactures and sells a range of post-surgery lingerie for women.
Salma Abdulai, Ghana, Unique Quality Product
Processes and markets fonio, a nutritious and climate resistant indigenous cereal.
MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA
Sara Kristina Hannig Nour, Egypt, Sara and Lara’s Baskets
Harvests and delivers weekly shipments of organic produce directly to customers in large cities.
Trupti Jain, India, Naireeta Services
Provides water management solutions for farmers affected by drought and flash floods.