Facts & Figures

Cartier Women's Initiative Awardsin a few facts & figures

Since2006

15 700women applied

198finalists

70laureates

30high profile jury members
265coaches worldwide

Our finalists come from 49 countries

Pakistan 1 India 10 Thailand 1 Cambodia 2 Indonesia 1 China 7 The Philippines 3 Hong Kong 1 Taiwan 1 South Korea 4 The United Kingdom 9 Ireland 3 France 5 Italy 1 The Netherlands 2 Germany 2 Austria 1 Iceland 2 Spain 4 Israel 1 6 South Africa 5 Nigeria 1 Cameroon 4 Uganda 2 Mozambique 2 Swaziland 1 Ethiopia 1 Ghana 1 Ivory Coast 1 Senegal 1 Tanzania 4 Kenya 1 Rwanda 6 Lebanon 6 Egypt 6 Jordan 3 United Arab Emirates 28 United States 3 Canada 5 Mexico 1 Guatemala 1 Panama 6 Colombia 6 Brazil 2 Bolivia 3 Uruguay 3 Chile 4 Argentina

AsiaPacific

  • 11 countries/territories
  • 33 projects

Europe

  • 11 countries
  • 33 projects

Sub-saharanafrica

  • 13 countries
  • 32 projects

Middle East& North Africa

  • 4 countries
  • 22 projects

Northamerica

  • 2 countries
  • 31 projects

Latinamerica

  • 9 countries
  • 33 projects

Over0jobs created

184Companies selected in the competition

  • Environmental sector
  • healthcare sector
  • Technology sector
  • Education sector
  • A broad range of industries
80
  • Of the businesses are still running

Driving change by empowering women entrepreneurs

in a few facts & figures

People

Since 2006, 15 700 women have applied to the Cartier Women's Initiative Awards. 198 women have participated in the competition as finalists and 70 women were selected as laureates. The Cartier Awards community is also composed of 30 active jury members and 265 coaches worldwide.

Places

184 companies hailing from 49 different countries have participated in the Cartier Women's Initiative Awards.

10%

Businesses

11.3% businesses in the environmental sector
14.3% of businesses in the healthcare sector
5.4% of businesses in the technology sector
8.6% of businesses in the education sector
64.1% of businesses represent a wide range of industries.

80% of the businesses are still running