Rinkeby Empowerment called the events that will take place on Rinkebystråket during the afternoon. The initiator is the real estate company Housing, that in cooperation with the women's network, Womenisa want to create an opportunity where young women can talk about their dreams to start their own businesses.
" this initiative is a way to activate the Rinkebystråket, and a way to take advantage of the great commitment that exists among young women in the area to create their own jobs. Familjebostäder has been in this World for 40 years and it is natural for us to contribute to the development of the area, " says Sofia Lindestad, communicator at Familjebostäder.
the women visit the Rinkebystråket to bounce business ideas along with several female entrepreneurs. One of them is Amal Said that was with and started Womenisa in the beginning of the year.
– There are not many women who create businesses here and we wanted to see what the possibilities are for the women to develop when it comes to entrepreneurship. We believe that there are real enthusiasts who have great potential but they have not been made visible before, " says Amal Said.Amal Said and Munira Yussuf. In the background is the Sofia Lindestad, communicator at Familjebostäder. Photo: Jonas Lindkvist
the Network, which is funded by Tillväxtverket, currently has 30 participating women have the opportunity to learn more about what entrepreneurship is. In addition, those who want personalized advice in order to develop their ideas.
in Rinkeby is Munira Yussuf. She is a trained social worker and works part time in social services. The rest of the time she puts on the study and his own company, where she is an illustrator.
– I began to draw as therapy and saw it as my hobby instead of my profession. But it is possible to succeed even in the creative areas. I know that you need someone who can push one to push through his idea, and I want to help others, " she says.
On Rinkebystråket there will be a scene where the female entrepreneurs to talk about their experiences on entrepreneurship. In addition, the journalist and writer Alexandra Pascalidou will be on hand to give tips and ideas. In addition to this there will be dance together with the non-profit association Streetstar Sisters.