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Future Females Business School now accepting applications for 2019

The Future Females Business School is welcoming its second group of entrepreneurs on 6 March 2019.

women entrepreneur course school

Overhead shot of two business partners sitting at a desk. Photo: Envato Elements/romankosolapov

Women entrepreneurs looking for help launching or growing their businesses have until the 1 March to submit their applications to take part in this exciting opportunity.

Future Females Business School is a virtual incubator, connecting entrepreneurs with mentors and learning opportunities to help share the skill needed to build or grow a modern business.

Empowering women in business

Future Females Business school seeks to address problems highlighted by entrepreneurs in the 2018 Future Females Survey. Respondents to the survey indicated that there was not enough support for female entrepreneurs, with 80% feeling they lacked support with education, mentorship or funding.

The programme cannot assist with funding but seeks to provide all the personal and professional skills required for empowering women and to build sustainable fundable businesses that can support the lifestyles of the entrepreneurs.

This will be the second group of entrepreneurs to make their way through the course. Last year 44 entrepreneurs took part with 42% of the businesses in the idea stage, 14% about to launch. Of the existing companies which took part 15% were in their first year of operation.

Off to a good start

The response from entrepreneurs who took part has been overwhelmingly positive. Caroline Breure, Founder of No Saints, adds:

“Even though I graduated in Business at university, having a one-person startup in this day and age is a very different beast, and requires solid knowledge in many different areas. This program gave me the confidence to do things I’d never done before, such as branding, website, Facebook ads, email campaigns.”

The co-founder of CAIA, Tania Naess said Future Females Business School is “the best investment we’ve made as an early stage startup and has truly been an essential part in shaping our business.”

The Future Females syllabus covers essential ‘classical’ business skills as well as the essentials of online advertising, customer acquisition and conversion.

According to Lauren Dallas, the co-founder of Future Females & The Growth Academy said success is seeing their members “come out of the program with a proven and profitable business”. She added that their coaching, mentoring, and peer-to-peer support structures is what the sets the progam apart.

The programme received over 120 applications in the first 24 hours so don’t waste any time if you’re an entrepreneur looking to start or grow your business. Apply here.