Douja Gharbi

Serial entrepreneur, Business and Entrepreneurship consultant and Mentor with a strong community development motivation. WBAF High Commissioner Tunisia, UNIDO expert on Entrepreneurship and Investment Promotion. President of CEDE- Entrepreneurship Center and Endogenious Development, Vice-President of CONECT- Confederation of Citizen Companies in Tunisia and vice-president of FPAM- Finance Participative en Afrique et Méditerranée. Was an active and board member of the National Young Entrepreneurs Association and the National Chamber of Women Entrepreneurs from 1996 to 2011, Served also as Tunisian Hub Manager to the MENA Businesswomen’s Network.

Specialized in project management, entrepreneurship and employment, and Mentoring as volonteer witin the business organizations and associations CEDE, CONECT, CJD, CNFCE and FPAM and also as a consultant within UNIDO, linxeo… Focus on ecosystems development, value chains development, CSR strategies, Social Business, business counselling and training.
Has a master degree from the University of Economics and Management of Tunis. Condensed training in Business Administration by the Beyster Institute of the University of California (MEPI Program in San Diego-USA), training on export techniques, management and capacity development of Women in Africa (ICT and Trade Facilitation Office Canada program), Business Training and counselling of UNIDO (ARCEI Program- Bahrain).

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Gender: Female

Degree: Master Degree in Economics

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Years of Experiences: 25

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3rd September 2018

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