Statistics show that only 16% of women-led businesses engage in international trade, compared with 30% of small and medium sized enterprises as a whole*.
Kingston University is a partner in a new project called Make it Global which aims to help women-led small and medium-size enterprises to become more international , whether this be through sourcing overseas suppliers or marketing/trading abroad.
We are running a series of workshops to help women-led businesses. Our team of experts will provide insight into the challenges of business development. You will have a chance to meet other entrepreneurs facing similar challenges, and build a supportive network for yourself.
If you have any questions, please contact Marie on email@example.com.
To keep updated on all the events and activities planned during the two-year project, please complete the form.
Make It Global is led by the University of East London (UEL) and delivered in partnership with the European Business Network (EBN), Newham College of Further Education and Kingston University, and a network of strategic partners. It is funded by the EU, through the European Regional Development Fund.
*BIS Small Business Survey 2010