Sponsored by the China Association of Women Entrepreneurs, the 2014 International Forum of Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs was held in Beijing on December 3, with the theme "Female Entrepreneur's Leading Role in China's Economic Restructuring."
Director of the China National Committee for the Wellbeing of the Youth and former President of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) Gu Xiulian attended the forum and delivered a speech. Gu noted that Chinese economy has entered into a new phase and economic development has slowed down. She encouraged the female entrepreneurs to adjust themselves to the new phase and learn to adapt their enterprises to the new phase. She added that every enterprise should restructure and optimize its products and increase the added value and technological level of its products.
Vice-President and Member of the Secretariat of ACWF Cui Yu also attended the forum and made remarks. Cui said that the Chinese economy has entered a new phase and economic development is starting to be driven by innovation. She suggested that female entrepreneurs should manage their enterprises in line with the law and make innovations to satisfy market demands.
President of the China Association of Women Entrepreneurs Zhu Rui said at the forum that in the new phase, new opportunities and challenges will come up and innovation and restructuring will be the major tasks of Chinese enterprises.
At the forum, the China Association of Women Entrepreneurs issued the 2014 Chinese Female Entrepreneurs Development Report. Over 260 female entrepreneurs, experts from the relevant ministries along with representatives from overseas attended the forum.
(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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