The Queendom Experience: Celebrating African Female Industrialists

The Queendom experience pays tribute to the indomitable spirit of African Female industrialists. Against all odds, they’ve built towering businesses, embodying courage, fortitude, and greatness. But Queendom is more than just a celebration: it’s a journey into queenship itself. Indeed, during this experience, Invictae will unveil the Invictae Collection, a repository of impact tools and drivers, fit for business royalty.


Why Kigali, Rwanda:
A Symbol of Empowerment

Set against the vibrant backdrop of Kigali, Rwanda—a true Queendom in its own right—we celebrate a nation that has made remarkable strides in gender equality and empowerment. As we gather in this progressive city, we honor Rwanda’s commitment to inclusivity, diversity, and the advancement of women in all spheres of society.

Event Highlights:

  • Welcome Libations: Begin your Queendom journey on May 17th, 2024, at 7:00 PM with a welcoming libations reception to kickstart the experience.
  • Business Tour: Immerse yourself in the local business landscape on May 18th, 2024, as you join us for an insightful business tour. Meet with Rwandan female business titans who have marked their industries and gain valuable insights into their success stories.
  • Launch of The Invictae Collection: Also on May 18th, 2024, witness the highly anticipated launch of The Invictae Collection—a momentous occasion in the journey of African female emboldenment.
  • Recreational Activities: Conclude your Queendom journey on May 19th, 2024, with a variety of recreational activities designed to unwind and recharge.

Did You Know:

  • Rwanda is renowned as “The Land of a Thousand Hills” celebrated for its picturesque landscapes.
  • Recognized as the cleanest country in Africa, Rwanda boasts outstanding environmental stewardship.
  • Remarkably, Rwanda has the highest percentage of women parliamentarians globally, with women occupying 61% of parliamentary seats and 55% of ministerial positions.
  • Notably, Kwibuka 30, the 30th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi, began on April 7th, 2024, fostering remembrance and reflection.

Join us for this bold and transformative queenly experience.

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