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Enterprising Women 4.0 Launch Event

Enterprising Women 4.0 Launch Event

Are you a woman with a new business, idea or side hustle who is looking for support to take your business to the next stage?

Join SETsquared Bristol for the launch event of Enterprising Women 4.0 – a fully-funded business support programme to help women take their business or idea to the next stage.

The programme has supported a diverse range of businesses so far, with many innovations addressing society’s greatest challenges including climate change, social inequality and online safety. Enterprising Women is open to early-stage founders in the UK who identify as women, non-binary or assigned female at birth with tech, tech-enabled or non-tech startups, business ideas or side hustles. Previously supported companies have contributed an economic impact of £23 million to date, and one company, Hedira, has been acquired.

Over six months, aspiring female founders receive mentoring, coaching, workshops, online training and introductions to a network of advisers and investors. Enterprising Women is fully-funded by NatWest.

Find out everything you need to know about this fully-funded programme and meet with former participants to find out if it’s right for you. The event will include a panel discussion from an inspirational group of previous participants and awardees.

Event Agenda

12:00 Open and networking

12:15 – 12:30 Welcome and introduction to Enterprising Women

12:30 – 12:45 Keynote speech from previous cohort member

12:45 – 13:30 Panel talk from mentors and previous cohort members

13:30 – 13:35 Closing remarks

13:35 – 14:30 Networking lunch

14:30 Event closes

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