iSE | Funding to Support Women in Enterprise
We’re delighted to have won the Natwest Skills and Opportunities Fund for our project Enterprise for Women which will use community-based approaches to engage with black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) women to support them to overcome identified barriers to start their own enterprise.
Enterprise for Women will deliver 10 enterprise awareness sessions, create 20 new starts, run workshops in financial confidence and provide intensive start-up support to 40 women through our dedicated in-house FUSE programme.
“The programme has really harnessed my skills as a creative to start thinking about what it actually takes to run a business. I have been able to network with other like-minded women and most importantly have access to a great working space. The support has been invaluable, I would definitely recommend the programme to all women wanting that confidence to start up as a business.” Amuda Creative Designs
If you’re a woman of BAME background seeking support to start your enterprise or social business, then apply for the programme here https://isecic.typeform.com/to/gYhFod or find out more firstname.lastname@example.org 0121 771 1411