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Tupperware Parties - Opportunities for women to become financially secure, and for them to connect, within urban communities worldwide.
Rick Goings, the CEO of Tupperware was a participant in a panel at the recent Davos Economic Forum entitled,
"Making Gains in Gender Goals." As part of the Gender Parity Group he emphasized that women have much to contribute to society. He is working to put this on the agenda of leaders around the world.
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Tupperware as a company is very active in emerging markets. 1/3 of their revenue in 2012 was from Asian Pacific countries. Women, many with no formal education and employed for the first time, earn an income empowering them within their families and communities.
Tupperware parties are the backbone of this business model. Can this economic opportunity also become a
point of connection for community building and support amongst women in low income urban environments? Can these parties become meetings where women exchange ideas? Can women who work for Tupperware become the backbone of a larger network, moving across communities within neighborhoods, and the greater city?
What is the potential here for
What is the possibility for future economic investment in social initiatives? Initiatives that will improve their lives, the lives of their daughters, and the women in their greater community?