Become a Member of Women on Boards Adria Through Individual Membership

25/01/2024

Your business success story begins with Women on Boards Adria Membership!

We welcome you to the Women on Boards Adria (WOBA) network of dedicated experts, ready to empower you to excel in your career through training and mentoring provided by accomplished leaders!

Membership is open to individuals who recognise the importance of capacity building for themselves and the organisations they are part of. Through our programmes, we will offer tailored capacity-building, including priority access to webinars and all other online events, resources, networking, and peer discussion, and personal development masterclasses with leaders of different industries.

Benefits of Individual Membership

In-Person Networking Events: Members will gain access to in person events which will be hosted in capitals of Adria countries. These events will be organised with a goal of networking and community creation. They are exclusive.

Personal development masterclasses: Members will gain access to specialised masterclasses aimed at personal and professional growth, delivered by prominent experts and leaders.

Monthly Webinars: Members will gain access to all monthly webinars, through which they will be able to obtain knowledge and receive valuable advice from global industry experts and seasoned professionals, including esteemed C-Suite and Board members.

Discounted Training Programs: Members will get 15% discounted rates on WOBA’s premium training programs.

Partner Organisation Discounts: Members will receive discounts with partner organisations in accordance with the partnership contract with specific organisations.

Resource Hub: Members will have access to exclusive information such as research, industry insights and ability for peer-to-peer networking.

How to Apply for Individual Membership:

  1. Send an email to info@wobadria.org.
  2. Use the subject line ‘Individual Membership’.
  3. Share your contact details for further communication with our team.

Our dedicated team will promptly contact you for further details. 

Annual Membership Fee: €100

To learn more about the WOBA’s Individual Membership, download the brochure here.

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