Showcase to shine a spotlight on women-led startups

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SETsquared Bristol

Eighteen women founders will pitch their startups at a Showcase event on Tuesday 15th February as a finale of the SETsquared Bristol Enterprising Women 2.0 pre-incubation programme.

The showcase, live streamed from Engine Shed, is an opportunity to find out about new women-led innovations from a diverse range of sectors, and to celebrate their achievements. Register here to watch.

Each business will pitch their solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems, including food waste and microfibre pollution, social mobility, stroke rehabilitation and online safety. There will be an opportunity to connect with the founders following the event.

Enterprising Women 2.0 is our high-impact, low engagement pre-incubation programme to help early-stage women-led businesses get to the next stage through mentoring, workshops and business surgeries. NatWest have fully-funded this second cohort following the success of our first Enterprising Women programme in 2020.

If you’re interested in applying for the next Enterprising Women programme, sign up to receive SETsquared Bristol’s newsletter for the next callout.

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