Register on SheTrades to have full access to business profiles and company information.
Understanding our platform!
Create a page for your company on SheTrades. Try to be crisp, but include what your company does by filling up the whole business profile with your company’s specialties and selling points.
You can send a message to your Trade Links directly from your page and your Trade Links’ page.
Benefit from tailored e-mentoring sessions or group discussions
Include your company's logo and a banner image to bring your page to life. Your logo appears when members search for your company.
Find business partners to trade & link. Companies need to link with each other before interacting to trade. Make sure you are always active on your Trade Links network!
Small enterprises need to craft their messages appropriately, in order to be perceived in the way they want by their customers.Check out the SME Trade Academy for tips on growing your brand!
Women's economic empowerment is not a matter for government policy, the private sector, or social change alone. All have critical roles to play. This is why we at the International Trade Centre have launched the "SheTrades" initiative, which seeks to connect one million women entrepreneurs to markets by 2020. SheTrades spells out seven global actions in which governments, the private sector, and civil society groups can make concrete pledges to remedy obstacles holding back women-owned businesses. It is a roadmap for women’s economic empowerment.
We invite you to MAKE YOUR COMMITMENT towards the SheTrades intiative! Complete our quick survey to join us. Together we'll be able to connect one million women to markets by 2020 by enhancing their competitiveness and creating sustainable connections between buyers, partners and women entrepreneurs!
Here what SheTrades champions and members have to say!
We won't win the match with half the team on the bench. Empowering women economically is critical to achieve gender equality and the Global Goals.
Investing in women's economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender eauility, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth.
We cannot afford to wait another 100 years to reach gender equality. Persistent levels of disparity are not only morally indefensible but harmful to development.