For too long, the construction industry has suffered from a shortage of female worker

Recent research estimates women’s participation in the industry at a mere 9%. It goes without saying that this is a wasted opportunity to access a huge pool of untapped talent, and BMI wants to address the issue head on.

The turning point

That’s where the BMI Women’s Leadership Network comes in. The network is being launched to foster a more diverse workforce, bringing people together and supporting them to thrive. 



A female network in our region: BMI Women's Leadership Network

It was key for us to create a platform for all of the woman within the Middle East, Africa, Turkey (MEAT) region where their talent can be showcased, development needs recognised and voices be heard. Gender equality is very important, not only now also for the generations to come. The objective is to highlight the diversity, promoting inclusivity and develop a serie of meaningful initiatives to make sure every woman feels represented and respected.

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