Talking Heads: Funding for female-led businesses
Alongside Sam, the panel included: Samantha Hilton, Metro Bank; Michael Pay, EMC Coprporate Finance; Elaine Robinson, Let’s Do Business Group; Maarten Hoffmann and Lesley Alcock, Platinum Media Group.
“If women opened businesses that are scaled up to the same degree as men, £250 billion will be added to the economy”
“If there’s a disconnect, it’s because 67% of female-led businesses are finding there is bias.”
“It’s been over 100 years since women got the vote in the UK, and we are still sitting here discussing inequality, which is absurd.”
“Why is it the woman who needs to do the childcare? Why do we think that the man must go out and have his full time job?”
“You are more likely to succeed and outperform your rivals if you seek consultancy advice.”
University of Brighton – Help to Grow: Management
Designed for business owners and senior leaders of small and medium-sized businesses, Help to Grow: Management is a 12-week course that helps your business reach its full potential.
always possible is proud to sponsor a number of placements for under-represented businesses. We will pay half of the £750 course fee (£375) for businesses that are female-led, ethnic minority-led, or a CIC.
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