Make It Happen: Future Female Founders project

Make It Happen: Future Female Founders project

If you’ve ever dreamt about setting up your own business this series of one hour online sessions is for you. Designed to help you take the first steps with your business idea and transform it into something actionable that you could set in motion.

Now is the time to Make.It.Happen!

BUILDING BUSINESS IDEAS – Introduction to your virtual ideas accelerator

This is the second session in the series of Future Female Founders webinars and will be run by Simply Do Ideas. It will be an exciting introduction to the Virtual Ideas Accelerator platform which will help you take your business idea and Make It Happen.

10th June 12pm – Register here

EFFECTIVE NETWORKING – How and why it’s important for your success

This is the third session in the series of Future Female Founders webinars and is about effective networking, how and why it is important for your success.

24th June 12pm – Register here

BRANDING – Telling and selling your story

This is the fourth session in the series of Future Female Founders webinars and is about Branding, telling and selling your story.

8th July 12pm – Register here

EFFECTIVE NETWORKING – How and why it’s important for your success

This is the fifth and final session in the series of Future Female Founders webinars and is about business basics, the necessities for you to know.

22nd July 12pm – Register here

STARTING OUT – Inspiring female entrepreneurs (yes, you!)

Our inaugural session on the 3rd June was an introduction to Make.It.Happen: Future Female Founders with guest speaker Hannah Saunders, founder and MD of Toddle – Born Wild who gave some sage advice on starting up your own business. If you would like to catch up, you can watch the webinar on our YouTube channel.

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/6Xfs68sVPEs

The Make It Happen: Future Female Founders project is sponsored by NatWest. We have developed a series of events and online support to inspire and motivate female entrepreneurs in Wales. Chwarae Teg is working in partnership with Simply Do Ideas, who have set up an online platform for you to capture, explore and develop your idea. You can find it here: sdi.click/makeithappen

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