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Crowdfunding is all about collaboration. Working with our partners is no different! The Back Her Business community is growing but we want to make sure all Futurepreneurs have access to funding.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with our partners, to make sure that their network knows we’re here to help. From sharing on social media to bespoke website pages and newsletters, we love to work with each individual partner and collaborate in a way that is perfect for them.
Do you have a passion for helping female entrepreneurs make their business dreams happen? Working with Back Her Business can introduce you to a brand new audience.
Badass.Gal creates and promotes opportunities for young women in the creative industry. The platform has grown to become a place to source talent, meet fellow creatives to collaborate with, attend events, as well as a place to find a daily dose of inspiration.
Code First Girls works with companies and with men and women directly to help increase the number of women in technology through coding courses, mentoring, training, and networking events. They have taught over 18,000 women to code and have connected them with roles at more than 40 tech employers.
DrivenWoman is a supportive network for women who want to achieve their goals and dreams fast. Their Lifeworking™ program helps women define their own success, become accountable to their goals and make their 'bigger life' happen.
The Successful Women in Business Network (SWIB) is a business networking meeting for women in the South West. SWIB holds monthly business networking events for women across Devon, Dorset and Somerset, founded by Gill Donnell MBE.
We Are The City was founded in 2008 to help women progress and excel in their careers. Through their website, events and social channels they provide easy access to career-related resources, networks, jobs and development opportunities.
Women’s Business Club provides an online community and in-person meetups, to connect, support and empower Women. They offer award-winning business support and access to Women’s Business Club's unique Success Story System©
Founded in 1980, Women in Banking and Finance is a not-for-profit, volunteer led membership organisation with branches in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester. They seek opportunities to challenge and inspire as a thought leader, in collaboration with their members to help deliver tangible change in financial services.
WIBN – The Women in Business Network is a membership organisation for women who wish to gain new business opportunities through word of mouth. Whether you are employed or a business owner, the network has a huge diversity of businesses involved.
Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) is a not-for-profit community interest company, established in 2011, which focuses on the contribution women's enterprise makes to the Scottish economy. The WES mission is to champion women-owned and women-led businesses, unlocking economic potential and enabling innovation and productivity to thrive.
The Women’s Organisation is the UK’s largest female enterprise agency providing a range of services focused on supporting women to start and develop small and medium-sized enterprises. They deliver services locally in Merseyside and Greater Manchester*, with a reach across the North West and deliver projects across the world.
Young Creative Council exists to help to bridge the gap between young talent and the creative industries.