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Women's Growth Accelerator New Markets 2 Business Growth Programme

We are inspiring and enabling businesswomen in Liverpool City Region

The Women’s Organisation has developed an innovative business growth programme as part of 'New Markets 2', enabling businesses in Liverpool City Region to innovate, diversify and grow creating new jobs.

 

                 

Whatever way you are looking to grow your business, it is important to get advice from an experienced enterprise expert who can guide you through the process.  Through 'Women's Growth Accelerator' The Women's Organisation can support women business owners in the Liverpool City Region to grow their business with tailored advice around:

•         Developing Growth Strategy

•         Accessing Markets

•         Building Strategic Sales & Marketing Plans

•         Developing Effective Leadership

•         Gaining Support with Financial Management, Procurement, Bids & Tenders

•         Linking to Networks & Developing Strategic Partnerships

•         Measuring & Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility

Or building your business in another way. 

A dedicated business growth adviser will work with you on a one to one basis to develop a tailored action plan for growth and support you to put your growth plan into action. 

eligibility

The Women's Organisation's 'Women's Growth Accelerator' New Markets 2 Programme is aimed at women who are running a business focussing on business to business activity in the Liverpool City Region (Liverpool, Sefton, Wirral, St Helens, Knowsley and Halton) area who are ready to take their business to the next level, expanding their team and significantly increasing turnover.  For more information about the project please contact hello@thewo.org.uk

 

This project is part funded by ERDF. 

More than twice as many men than women are self employed: 14% of men, 6% of women.
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
Women in full-time work currently earn an average of 15% less per hour than men
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
"I think you should take your job seriously, but not yourself, that is the best combination"
source: Dame Judi Dench
In 2010, 104 million women in 59 countries started and managed new business ventures
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
30,000 women every year lose their jobs as a result of becoming pregnant.
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any"
source: Alice Walker

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