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Policymakers in developed economies are keen to accelerate growth by stimulating more entrepreneurial business venturing, particularly among women

Women into Business in Northern Ireland: Opportunities and Challenges

International students - Belfast

Policymakers in developed economies are keen to accelerate growth by stimulating more entrepreneurial business venturing, particularly among women

Policymakers in developed economies are keen to accelerate growth by stimulating more entrepreneurial business venturing, particularly among women - a section of the population that is underrepresented in terms of entrepreneurial potential.

Ulster University Business School has been actively involved in the promotion and encouragement of this agenda.

In support of this work, the Ulster Business School invites you to join us for a workshop which reports on recent research exploring the opportunities and challenges facing women in Northern Ireland keen to engage in entrepreneurship.

Issues explored will include: crowd based funding; network/relationship management; the role of self-efficacy in developing women’s social capital; and the role of communities and support networks in women’s enterprise.

Refreshments: Coffee/tea will be available on arrival and lunch will be served.

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08:30 to 17:00

The MAC, Belfast

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