Foundervine Receives A £127K Investment From The Big Issue.

Big Issue Invest celebrated the female-led, award-winning social enterprise Foundervine on International Women’s Day 2023 by investing £127000 into the company.

IWD: ‘72% of Women Want To Start A Business,’ Research Shows

Herbalife Nutrition (the active and lifestyle nutrition brand) has conducted new research that focuses on women in business, for IWD: International Women’s Day.

Female Entrepreneurs Founded Over 150000 Businesses In 2022.

A new record: 151,603 businesses were founded by female entrepreneurs in 2022, according to the latest review by Alison Rose (NatWest Group’s Chief Executive).

Showcase Your Start Up At The CLBS (UWL) Enterprise Expo 2023

The Claude Littner Business School, University of West London is hosting an event for innovative, promising start-ups to showcase their entrepreneurial success.

London Tech Week’s EQL:HER: Supporting Ukraine Women In Tech

London Tech Week’s EQL:HER is holding a FREE networking breakfast on Tuesday the 22nd November to support Ukrainian women in tech who have fled the Ukraine war.

London Tech Week’s EQL:HER And EQL:Pledge: For Women In Tech

Although International Women’s Day is well and truly over for this year, London Tech Week 2022’s EQL:HER and EQL:Pledge aims to continue on – the spirit of IWD.

Meet Jake and Jess Munday (The Brains Behind ‘Custom Neon’)

Founded in Australia in 2018 by Jake and Jess Munday, Custom Neon creates stunning, custom-made signs. They’re handmade, and they’re sold in over 50 countries.

“Most Brits Now EXPECT Same Day Deliveries,” says ParcelHero

New research from the home delivery experts, ParcelHero, shows a “dramatic” change in online attitudes and expectations. The question is: can retailers deliver?

The Black British Business Awards: NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Nominations have officially opened for the 2022 Black British Business Awards (The BBBAwards) ahead of their ceremony this coming September. Find out more here.

UK Vegan Skincare Demand: THE TRUTH REVEALED (By Skin Proud)

A new survey by Skin Proud has revealed that HALF OF BRITS admit that they have started to look for new, vegan skincare alternatives. See below for more info.