I say ‘working’ – it really wasn’t too taxing, I had to give 6 one hour lectures over a 16 day voyage. The journey started in Fremantle, Western Australia and ended up in Cape Town, South Africa with stops in Mauritius, Durban and Port Elizabeth.
As you know, Enterprising Women are part of the exciting new WeHubs European Consortium aiming to improve the quality of business support available for women across the UK and Europe. If the internet is an important part of your business, we REALLY NEED YOUR HELP!
My name is Eileen Quick and I own and run a Website Design Company based in Wickham Hampshire. We build and develop business and ecommerce websites. Over the last 14 months we have developed our own software that will not only link in-store EPOS systems to online shops, thereby cutting out hours of work, but also to your existing computer or laptop turning that into an EPOS!
Enterprising Women’s founder Bev Hurley spoke in Berlin on 23rd April at Womenize – a tech, digital business and media conference. The event was designed specifically for women who wanted to build a career in the fields of media and digital economy, the games industry or IT.
Entrepreneurship is riddled with stereotypes. This is particularly true of female entrepreneurs. For instance, women starting businesses often attract specialised labels or epithets such as “mumpreneurs”, “fempreneurs” and even “lipstick entrepreneurs”.
Serps Invaders', Felicitas Betzl, has made it into the Top Three for the Guardian Smarter Working Award. There were 150 entries, so we're very happy with the result.
With over 150 entries, join us in congratulating them with this terrific result.
Read the full story here...
Did you miss our Celebrating Women in Business Conference on Thursday 5th March celebrating International Women’s Day 2015?
Fear not – we are delighted to bring you videos and the presentations from the masterclasses and a gallery of pictures from the day.
The Pitch to Rich campaign has been launched by Virgin Media mogul, Richard Branson and LinkedIn in a bid to support British innovation.
Business groups are calling for a new push to get more women into executive directorships even as the latest government sponsored report into boardrooms hails “enormous” progress on diversity over the past four years.
Fewer than one in 10 of the UK’s biggest companies have a female executive director – involved in managing the company directly, rather than overseeing its management, according to the research published today.
Take a look at HM Revenue and Customs guidance and support to help people in business get their tax affairs right. Unlike traditional classroom learning, you can access all this information at your fingertips from the internet at home, at work or anywhere and you can revisit this learning as many times as you need.