The Business & IP Centre at the British Library is a fantastic resource. Here is how they are supporting women in business.
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Zoe Peden was one of the first people to be offered a place on the Big Venture Challenge’s programme of support, designed to help social entrepreneurs raise external investment
All the top facts and statistics about Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women who start and run social enterprises.
Juliet Davenport is co-founder and CEO of renewable energy provider Good Energy. A climate change activist, she decided that getting into business was the best way to change things.
When Mandy Haberman had a baby with feeding difficulties, she designed a solution. From that came more inventions and her own company
There are several business angel funds for women entrepreneurs. Why are they needed and what’s involved in taking up angel investment?
Better support for women-owned businesses could be one answer to the jobs and growth crisis.
Research has consistently shown that female entrepreneurs are more innovative than their male counterparts; they are more likely to be providing a product new to the market, more likely to be using technology in their products or services and more likely to be offering a product or service that has been developed in the last [...]
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