On the 4 December we organised this year’s last online WONY Lounge to assess our activities this year and to discuss how managed to adjust to the “new normal” brought about by the global pandemic situation. This time five of our members were invited to share with us their experiences. Márta Kovács, CEO of the Read more about The last WONY Lounge of 2020 was held on 4 December[…]
Invitation Dear WONY member! We cordially invite you to this year’s Annual General Meeting which will take place on Friday, 4 December 2020, at 18:00. Please note that due to the government decree (Government Decree 484/2020 (XI. 10.)) that entered into force on 11 November 2020, the Annual General Meeting will be held virtually. We will inform you about Read more about WONY Annual General Meeting – 04.12.2020[…]
WONY held this year’s Summer Lounge on 28 July. After a long break, we could finally meet again in person and discuss the most important topics of the past months and the near future. We also had the chance to welcome our new members who joined the Association this year. We are grateful to our Read more about WONY welcomed new members on its Summer Lounge[…]
Sweden was ranked the best country in the world for women, according to a new report recently published by the CEOWORLD magazine. Poland leads the list from the CEE region, with the Czech Republic and Hungary following closely.
Read the article of our new member, Arijeta Pajaziti Qerimi, executive director of the Association of Women in Energy Sector of Kosovo (AWESK) and specialist for the Kosovo Transmission System and Market Operator (KOSTT) about the future of energy in Kosovo and the challenges women face in the sector on CEENERGYNEWS.
In partnership with the EU Diversity Week and the Hungarian Business Leaders Forum (HBLF), WONY organised a panel discussion titled „Energy and Diversity in the Crisis”. The discussion was moderated by Andrea Pánczél, Chair of WONY, invited speakers included the leaders of major energy companies, who agreed that diversity has become a competitive advantage and a key component of effectively handling the crisis.