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Support and Financial Training for Female Entrepreneurs

By 03/05/2022May 4th, 2022No Comments
Support and Financial Training for Female Entrepreneurs

Support and Financial Training for Female Entrepreneurs

NatWest and social technology company, Meta, have launched a partnership. It offers support and financial training for female entrepreneurs. This is available to all female entrepreneurs via Meta’s #SheMeansBusiness programme. Furthermore, it provides digital skills training and opportunities. These will help to expand business connections and networks.

Support and Financial Training for Female Entrepreneurs

Support and Financial Training for Female Entrepreneurs

More about the Partnership

Meta launched #SheMeansBusiness six years ago to support women’s economic empowerment. Furthermore, the programme has now supported more than 1.5million women.

The campaign which runs until May 19, NatWest and Meta are giving 50 female entrepreneurs the chance to win Meta advertising credits. Also, one-to-one digital mentoring and support to build a creative advertising campaign. In addition to this, NatWest are offering coaching and peer-to-peer sessions.

 

How we’re supporting Female Entrepreneurs

We hold networking events for Women in Business in Oxfordshire. Also, our events are always open to new faces. Book onto our upcoming June event here.

Consistent networking will build your confidence and your business portfolio.  Furthermore, you have the chance to make some lasting relationships.

We have delivered numerous, successful networking events. See some photos here.

Support and Financial Training for Female EntrepreneursHere are 5 reasons to come along to our events

1.Comfortability

Especially for shy women new to networking, female-only networking events help you open up. In addition to this, they train you to enhance your communication skills.

2. Motivation

Seeing other successful women and hearing about their success stories really helps in terms of motivation.

3. Mutual Support

While many standard networking events centre on selling yourself (or an idea of yourself), women’s groups put more of an emphasis on how to support others.

4. Confidence Building

Female-only networking events make it easier for you to be more confident about presenting yourself, asking questions, and also promoting your skills and ideas.

5. Making Connections

Female networking events help you to advance your career and give you access to more job opportunities.