New Enterprise Allowance is the Government’s welfare to self-employment scheme. But very few women are benefiting. We look at the pitfalls and how to avoid them.
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Viv Parry built her cake business from the assets of a company that went bust. Peer to peer funding and training are driving growth.
The Government’s women’s business advisory body are calling for better information and resources for women entrepreneurs.
How the ‘power of the playground’ helped two mums, with no design experience, invent and launch Splats.
Assess if you are oriented towards achieving high growth for your business.
Female entrepreneurs who’ve made their million in business have turned the tables on the gender pay gap, says new research from Barclays. What can we learn from their success?
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
Small businesses struggling to access credit are to be given a welcome boost with £110 million of new funding, Vince Cable announced today.
A new £60m fund for small and micro-business should make it a little easier to get funding.
Crowdfunding is taking off in the UK. It’s also delivering stronger returns for women. How can you make it work for your venture?
The UK’s first finance guide for women in business is out now. Download your free copy now.
Bubble and Balm have attracted the UK’s largest crowd-funding investment of £75,000 from 82 micro-investors. It’s a sign that this new form of business funding has taken off in the UK.