Applications are now open for the 2023 WomX South Africa. a fully-sponsored programme for woman-owned businesses.
Closing date: 20 March 2023
Are you woman owned business? Looking for growth and development support? Do you want to be part of a tribe of woman who receive development support?
Do you want to receive exclusive invitations to quarterly networking events nationally?
Entrepreneurship can be a lonely place, sometimes we feel overwhelmed, alone, desperate for support an guidance.
With this in mind, #WomX, a Woman in Business Accelerator, ensures you can have the support structure you need.
This female focused programme will help to take your business to the next level of growth and will give you exclusive access to the quarterly networking events were you can engage and showcase your business to a supportive community.
Apply to participate in a 5 month development programme delivered by successfully woman run businesses, who are also award winning local and global thought leaders and technical experts in their respective fields.
You will also receive free digital resources and training.
This programme is fully sponsored and is your chance to engage and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs and technical experts and to get advice from seasoned experts to take your business further.
For more information, contact organisers on [email protected]
Selected businesses will be contacted in March 2023.
Applications close 20 March 2023, so spread the word! To get started, click REGISTER HERE.
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