Global Entrepreneurship Week 2020 is on the way, and we are celebrating with a range of exciting online events to help you get those entrepreneurial cogs turning!

Running from 16th – 22nd November 2020, this week of training, workshops and events will give you the skills to start or grow your own business.

Through-out the week, you can follow #GEW2020 over on Twitter to stay up to date with what’s going on across the country.

Check out our GEW line-up below:

Websites That Work: Boost Your Online Presence – 17th November, 11am via Zoom
From SEO to Content, this webinar will help you create a website that leads to sales and boosts your online presence!


WoConnect – Global Entrepreneurship Week: Leadership in 2020 – 18th November, 11am via Zoom
This year, Global Entrepreneurship Week is celebrating four distinct themes: Education, Ecosystems, Inclusion and Policy, amplifying powerful voices that promote, encourage and support the development of entrepreneurs within each of the four spaces.


Starting Your Business During a Pandemic with BIPC – 19th November, 11am via Zoom
This Launchpad event will help you to understand the practicalities of starting your own business


#WOMarketplace – Online event, 24th November, 13:00-16:00

Looking to sell and promote your products with the lead up to Christmas? We are inviting you to take part in our Market Place! Simply tweet your products/services with the hashtag #WoMarketPlace to get involved!

Gear up to Grow your business – 25th November, 11am via Zoom
This webinar will give you an insight into the areas of growth within your business, as well as offering you advice and guidance to help you move your business forward.


*Capacity Planning Special* Rapid Recovery: Business Resilience Clinic Q&A – 26th November, 11am
LIVE Q&A with a panel of business experts offering advice and tips to help you move your business through lockdown and beyond



Open to men and women who are thinking of starting a business in the Liverpool City Region.

For more details you can contact us on 0151 706 8111 or get in touch via e-mail at