Session 5 - AWE Programme Research Report part 1

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Hear the findings from our new research reports on the entrepreneurial ecosystem and womens' experiences

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Today we focus on sharing the three research reports carried out as part of the AWE project. You'll hear the findings of their reports into the Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in France and the UK and Good Practices and Opportunities for the evolution of this ecosystem for disadvantaged female entrepreneurs and welcome your discussion of the findings. Chaired by the University of Portsmouth and the University of Essex who are two of the delivery partners for the programme.

The day is split into two sessions and we would encourage you to book both to gain the most benefit from our learnings.

These sessions form part of the AWE Final Conference programme which will bring together project partners, participants and stakeholders from the UK and France together to share their unique insight into the Accelerating Women’s Enterprise programme, which closes at the end of December 2021 and to demonstrate the practical learning resources now available in the form of a Legacy Toolkit.


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The Accelerating Women’s Enterprise programme was launched in 2018 and comes to an end in December 2021. The programme has been delivered by a consortium of partners in the UK and France and supported by the Interreg France (Channel) England Programme, with European Development Funds. The programme aims to improve the quality and effectiveness of support to socially or economically disadvantaged and under-represented groups and to address the gender imbalance in entrepreneurship.

The legacy of this programme is to share all the learning and the resources created during the programme so that others can adopt and integrate them to improve their own support for the female economy. We therefore warmly welcome stakeholders, intermediaries, interested organisations and female entrepreneurs to our Final Conference.

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