Join Hong Kong's most professional network for female entrepreneurs which reaches a network of 28,000, for as little as US$39 per month! Women in Charge is a unique team which helps market its members' businesses via our website, monthly Newsletters, eDMs, the WiCtv Channel, our Business Directory and numerous Social Media channels!
We also organize sell-out networking for women to meet, mix, mingle and do deals.
If you haven't experienced the power of the WiC network, you're missing out! It's energy and power are fun and fabulous!
Perhaps you've been in business for a number of years, or maybe you're freshly minted and just launched. Either way, Women in Charge is the perfect platform for you!
Our goal is to be one of the most targeted methods of marketing that exists for women entrepreneurs!
Our Vision, Our Ethos and Our Community
At Women in Charge, our vision is to create a global network of female entrepreneurs and connect them! We want to become the world's leading provider of database marketing services for women-run-businesses.
Our mission is to help generate sales for women business owners and make Women in Charge the most up-to-date and productive marketing tool possible.
We are a community of like-minded women who want to help each other succeed.
Giving Back to Charity
For every WiC membership received, 5% is donated to the Somaly Mam Foundation which helps put an end to child sexual slavery.
In February 2012 and again in February 2013, Alison Price, General Manager of WiC, and WiC member Sue Beer from In Safe Hands, embarked on a gruelling 500km cycle challenge through Cambodia to raise money for the Foundation (www.somaly.org).
Somaly Mam was raised in the forests of Cambodia in a primitive tribe without electricity or running water. At 11 years old, a man claiming to be her grandfather sold her into prostitution. She was raped and beaten until all of her will was driven out of her, and the fight to survive overcame the desire to be free.
Her story is amazing and awful at the same time, and not something that is easily imaginable. It's much easier to skim over the details and refuse to internalize them but when you know that men are raping 5 and 6 year old girls and then pimps are sewing the girls up again so they can be resold as "virgins" is Alison and Sue’s drive to do what they did.
Somaly Mam doesn't know her real name. She doesn't know her parents and she doesn't know exactly know how old she is. But today, she has gained international recognition and has saved over 5000 girls from the brothels in Cambodia, although sadly 30% later commit suicide.
Somaly was voted CNN Hero in 2006 and TIME magazine's 100 most influential people, amongst many nominations.
On 7th February 2013, the pair left Phnom Penh and were two of 21 riders cycling the 500kms over undulating terrain for until reaching the beachside town of Sihanoukville 11-days later.
They’re not cyclists, but they’re determined to make a difference in the lives of such innocent children. Girls as young as three years old are being sold into sexual slavery for as little as US$50 and Alison and Sue visited two of the shelters where the girls are taken after being rescued from the brothels which was an emotional and impactful experience.
Please help donate towards a world where women and children are free from slavery. 1 in 40 girls in Cambodia will be sold into prostitution and they need you.