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Easydry CEO speaks at the EY Winning Women

Easydry CEO speaks at the EY Winning Women event in Cape Town recently.

Easydry CEO speaks at the EY ‘Winning Women’ conference in Cape Town

Easydry CEO speaks at the EY Winning Women : Anne Butterly, Easydry CEO and founder, was recently invited by Ernst and Young to their ‘Winning Women’ conference in Cape Town. EY provides program participants access to their vast resources, rich networks and know-how. This helps strengthen their abilities to become market leaders. The program also creates a vibrant global community of successful women entrepreneurs. This network includes inspiring peer role models who, in 2021, numbered more than 800 across 49 countries.

EY invited Anne to take part in a panel at the conference called “No Boundaries: Going International”. The panel was chaired by Suwin Lee, EMEIA EY Private Leader and Entrepreneurial Winning Women Executive Co-Sponsor. Annes co-panellists were Jean Chawapiwa (Win Win Solutions 4 Africa), Claudia Castellanos (Black Mamba Foods) and Anita Cvetić Oreščanin (Poslovna Inteligencija). The panel discussion allowed the panellists to share their personal experience and advice to the attendees.


The Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program

“Engaging more than 806 founders worldwide since inception, our Entrepreneurial Winning Women program provides access to high-value networks and creates affirming communities of women entrepreneurs across the globe. Studies show these close connections among women entrepreneurs is a key factor to their long-term success.“ – Kath Carter

EY Global Talent Leader, Strategy and Transactions; EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ Global Executive Sponsor


Unlocking entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial Winning Women are coached to embrace ambitious growth plans starting with the “5 ways to win” — five key things that successful entrepreneurs must do to scale small companies into large ones. These include:

  1. Think big and be bold: Think ambitiously about your future business goals
  2. Work on the business, rather than in it: Cultivate a strong team so you can look ahead and plot your path to growth
  3. Establish key advisory networks: Establish relationships with other business leaders to secure advice and counsel
  4. Build a public profile: Put your brand to work — speak publicly, write about what you know, share your story
  5. Evaluate financing for expansion: Consider capital needs as you grow and align investor financing accordingly

When entrepreneurial women embrace these plans, they expand their companies, hire more employees and build a better working world.


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