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Helping her business thrive

EnterpriseWOMEN is a dynamic, outcome-driven, highly focused and time-efficient programme. It is tailored for early-stage women entrepreneurs who have successfully built small businesses but haven't yet had the opportunity or the necessary tools to scale their businesses sustainably.

Transforming the current entrepreneurship landscape unlocks the unrealised potential of enterprising females and promises enormous value for women and for the UK economy overall. It also presents a prosperous market opportunity to invest in innovative women-led ventures and to diversify investment portfolios.

What EnterpriseWOMEN can do for you

EnterpriseWOMEN is for women leaders and entrepreneurs who are starting or scaling businesses. Through its two main activity streams, standalone workshops and a bi-annual lecture-intensive course, EnterpriseWOMEN nurtures leadership potential, growth mindsets and ambitious strategies to power participants to grow their teams, scale their companies and expand their markets. Its educational component includes both business and personal development, and it offers mentorship opportunities and access to networks.

By creating a vibrant community of women entrepreneurs and inspiring role models who share key characteristics such as boundless ambition and ongoing challenges, the programme fosters opportunities for collaboration and partnership. It provides participants access to resources and business know-how to help them find their footing so they can overcome barriers, sustain and grow their businesses, and emerge as market leaders. EnterpriseWOMEN is open to women entrepreneurs of all ages who have a decision-making role in their early-stage, high potential businesses.

EnterpriseWOMEN is a programme informed by the past and designed for the future to help women entrepreneurs envision their business as the next big thing and claim ownership of their journey and success.
Dr Ghina M. Halabi, EnterpriseWOMEN Director
Women are innately creative, yet our great reserves of entrepreneurial potential are often under-nourished. There are real barriers to female entrepreneurship such as securing funding for our ideas and accessing networks to help us get going. EnterpriseWOMEN aims to help female entrepreneurs lead their business forward with confidence and enthusiasm.
Dr Rebecca Myers ARCS, Head of Education, Entrepreneurship Centre and Programme Director, EnterpriseTECH & EnterpriseTECH STAR

Apply

The first EnterpriseWOMEN event is the Transformative Leadership workshop on 21 November.

Register your place

Contact us

enterprisewomen@jbs.cam.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1223 766181