Project: Ayswap

Janja, MA Managing in the Creative Economy graduate from Kingston University is developing a range of business ecosystems to address the problem of disposable coffee cups among others.

She's excited to start the W4C Mentorship Programme and mentioned, “I am feeling honoured to be part of this programme, which is building a community with a mission to empower women in business and their entrepreneurial spirit. I look forward to meet other inspiring female entrepreneurs. I feel that it is important to have such support and empower young female entrepreneurs’ ideas around the globe towards more sustainable actions. This is not only important for me, but for other generations that will come after us. So, I appreciate the opportunity of being part of this program, which will allow me to share my vision about a greener future and build better cities by raising awareness about harmful effect take-away disposable coffee cups are causing.”

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