A New Strategy for Female Entrepreneurship in Wales
The University of South Wales’ Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub (WEH) is conducting a consultation exercise on the behalf of Welsh Government in relation to the development of a possible Female Entrepreneurship Strategy for Wales. The purpose of the strategy would be to help, encourage and support more women to become entrepreneurs and help better support women to grown and develop their existing businesses.
As part of the consultation exercise, the WEH is seeking to capture the opinions and experiences of women business owners/female entrepreneurs in Wales at all stages of the business lifecycle in order to inform the potential strategy.
How to Contribute
You can help to shape the new potential strategy by completing the consultation survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XDTLC7V.
The survey takes about 6 minutes to complete, and all responses will be anonymised prior to reporting. If you should have any questions about the survey you can contact the researcher overseeing this at Celia.Netana@southwales.ac.uk
About the Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub
The USW Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub was established in 2008 to provide a focal point for research, policy and practice in gender and entrepreneurship, women’s enterprise and entrepreneurship. Since then WEH’s collaborative and partnership working has developed a range of initiatives in conjunction with internal and external partners.
WEH holds monthly networking opportunities between Cardiff and Pontypridd, designed to provide motivation, support and learning opportunities for female entrepreneurs – check the USW Exchange Events page for details and booking of the next event.