Louise has worked on high profile publicity campaigns promoting enterprise in the UK and has dedicated much of her career to promoting female entrepreneurship.
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Yvonne Bignall and Helen Farmer took the Manifesto for Women in Business to the Festival of Female Entrepreneurs in Bristol. Here is what Bristol women think matters.
‘How can the most disadvantaged groups benefit from enterprise?’ to be blunt, they can’t within the current government system, or at least to say it’s very difficult, Aaron Barbour, Research and Policy Manager at linksUK, told the Prowess Conference in March 2009.
If you are passionate about supporting women in business and pushing for positive change, Prowess Connect may be for you.
It’s a mistake to assume the Russian market is similar to the European one. You need to think about which products and services will work in the Russian market, and which products will be in demand.
Small businesses complete just one third of the marketing activities they plan. The potential business loss is £122 billion.
How the ‘power of the playground’ helped two mums, with no design experience, invent and launch Splats.
The Business & IP Centre at the British Library is a fantastic resource. Here is how they are supporting women in business.
Yesterday’s budget introduced tax-free childcare. That’s great news for most self-employed parents. But at the same time childcare support is getting tighter for self-employed parents moving onto Universal Credit.
Assess if you are oriented towards achieving high growth for your business.
Prowess Editor Erika Watson came out fighting for women business owners on last night’s BBC Newsnight.
Life is very tough at the moment. In the last month I haven’t even been able to feed my children. So why have I decided to start a business now? What brought me to this point and what has led me to believe I will succeed?
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
Why George Osborne’s 2012 Autumn statement leaves women in business out in the cold.