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Clarendon calls for other NI investors to sign up to Investing in Women Code

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th April 2022
Clarendon Fund Managers becomes the first NI organisation to sign up to the Investing in Women Code and is now urging other Northern Ireland-based investors to join them in committing to support female founders. Northern Ireland investors must commit to doing more to support female led businesses and encourage entrepreneurship among women if they want to ensure there is a strong pipeline of inn...
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Riley partners with Homeless Period Ireland to fight period poverty

by: Startacus Admin ~ 1st March 2022
Eco-friendly period product company Riley has partnered up with Homeless Period Ireland, whose mission is to end period poverty on the island. Riley, an eco-friendly period product subscription service, whose crowdfunding campaign we have previously featured, have just announced a new partnership with Homeless Period Ireland, a volunteer-led initiative. The aim of Homeless Period Ireland is to ...
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TechStart and Women in Business launch grant competition for NI-based female founders

by: Startacus Admin ~ 6th December 2021
Female founder based in Northern Ireland? Have an innovative Business Idea? This fab funding opportunity is well worth a look! A new funding opportunity aiming to support female founders in Northern Ireland with their innovative business ideas has just been launched by  Techstart Ventures and Women in Business. So, whether you are an individual with an exciting, novel idea, or an establis...
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Women Who Tech Launches Global FemTech and HealthTech Program to Fund Startups

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th June 2021
Women Who Tech’s FemTech and HealthTech Grants Challenge launches to bolster support for innovative global healthcare and digital solutions Fab to see that Women Who Tech , one of the largest nonprofit organizations that funds and showcases women-led ventures, has just launched its first worldwide FemTech and HealthTech Grants Challenge in a bid to help close the funding gap for women-led...
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Startacus and Hatch Enterprise offer speed networking IWD-inspired event

by: Startacus Admin ~ 24th February 2021
Startacus and Hatch Enterprise celebrate International Women’s Day by partnering with NetMinds to bring together female founders for a virtual speed networking event... For female founders everywhere, the power of networking can’t be underestimated. Having the opportunity to connect, engage and share stories can be hugely empowering. From giving and getting support, through to ...
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Top VCs discuss whether the pitch process is failing female entrepreneurs

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th November 2020
  Insights from Speedinvest, Amplifier, La Famiglia and Redstone, four of Europe’s leading early stage venture funds, on current VC funding for female founders and what changes are needed Overall VC investments in 2020 are at par with previous years – but in Q3 2020, venture capital funding for all female founders is on pace for its worst year since 2017(US data). In the week of...
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Moody Month - the femtech startup transforming healthcare for women

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th November 2020
Moody Month is a Femtech startup that’s transforming healthcare for women with its AI-driven app to connect users with personalised daily wellness solutions...   Launched just last year, Moody Month is a startup that’s on a mission to revolutionise wellness for women. They have created an app that uses AI to learn moods and cycles and to connect users with personalised daily w...
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Impact of COVID-19 on female-led businesses

by: Startacus Admin ~ 13th October 2020
  The impact of COVID-19 on female-founded, equity-backed businesses is revealed in new report just released by The Female Founders Forum... The Female Founders Forum, a project by think tank The Entrepreneurs Network, in partnership with Barclays have just released Resilience and Recovery, a new report revealing that female-founded, equity-backed businesses have been worse affected by the ...
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Support for Women in Business and Tech in NI

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd September 2020
Female founder or woman in business, looking to start, grow or scale a business in Northern Ireland? Here are a few of the resources, organisations and networks that should help... Starting and growing a business can be challenging but the key thing is that you needn’t do it alone. Aside from the traditional governmental bodies and enterprise agencies, support is out there - it’s simp...
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Impacting Founders, a female founder programme in NI

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th September 2020
Impacting Founders is a new 10-week startup programme for NI-based female founders, facilitated by Startacus, in partnership with Young Enterprise NI and funded by Ulster Bank.We are delighted to share the news that Ulster Bank is partnering with Young Enterprise NI and Startacus to fund a project aimed at driving more women toward a career in entrepreneurship. Facilitated by team Start...
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