Electrek Explorer founder Elaine Ford named as Rising Star Twelve aspirational female company founders have been shortlisted as finalists in the AccelerateHER Awards 2021. Three female-led companies were selected from each of the awards’ four specific categories – CleanTech and Climate; Disruptive Innovation; MedTech and Science; and FinTech, Data Science & Cyber Security. A winner … continue reading.
The AccelerateHER Awards 2021 for female business founders has today announced its semi-finalists. Supported by the Scottish Government, Scotland CAN DO, Barclays Ventures and CGI, the AccelerateHER Awards 2021 were launched in October 2021 with this year’s programme targeting businesswomen whose companies fit into one of the following four categories: MedTech and Science; FinTech, Data … continue reading.
Although the deadline is fast-approaching, there is still time for aspirational female business founders in Scotland to enter this year’s AccelerateHER Awards. Entries for the 2021 programme are being accepted up until midnight on Friday 4th December. Now in their sixth year, the 2021 awards are sponsored by Barclays, CGI UK and The Scottish Government. … continue reading.
Organisers of the AccelerateHER Awards have launched their 2021 programme today which will be staged online including a virtual finals event celebrating the achievements of inspiring and ambitious female business founders. The annual awards provide an opportunity for businesswomen who have founded or co-founded their companies to raise their profile, gain access to leading figures … continue reading.
The AccelerateHER programme, run by Scottish based Investing Women, has teamed up with Barclays Ventures to offer specialist mentoring to some of the nation’s most promising female-led companies. Angel Investors from Scotland’s only all-female angel group, Investing Women Angels, will deliver the one to one digital mentoring sessions in what’s thought to be the first … continue reading.